Law & Society Review

(The TQCC of Law & Society Review is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Decisions to Participate in and Desist from Four Types of Common Delinquency: Deterrence and the Rational Choice Perspective145
Immigration, Law, and Marginalization in a Global Economy: Notes from Spain123
Public Perceptions of the Legitimacy of the Law and Legal Authorities: Evidence from the Caribbean118
Quantifying Burdens of Proof: A View from the Bench, the Jury, and the Classroom82
Merchants of Law as Moral Entrepreneurs: Constructing International Justice from the Competition for Transnational Business Disputes77
From Legal Realism to Law and Society: Reshaping Law for the Last Stages of the Social Activist State61
Flight from Law: A Competing Risks Model of Departures from Law Firms54
Law From Below: Women's Human Rights and Social Movements in New York City53
Crowding, Social Control, and Prison Violence: Evidence from the Post-Ruiz Years in Texas52
Relational Legal Consciousness of U.S. Citizenship: Privilege, Responsibility, Guilt, and Love in Latino Mixed‐Status Families52
New Perspectives from the Oldest Profession: Abuse and the Legal Consciousness of Sex Workers in China51
Inequality Near and Far: Adoption as Seen from the Brazilian Favelas48
Studying the Iceberg from Its Tip: A Comparison of Published and Unpublished Employment Discrimination Cases46
Does Law Matter for Economic Development? Evidence From East Asia44
The Diffusion of Rights: From Law on the Books to Organizational Rights Practices43
A Reasonable Balance of Law and Sentiment: Social Order in Democratic Taiwan from the Policeman's Point of View40
Participation and Flexibility in Informal Processes: Cautions from the Divorce Context32
From Rights to Claims: The Role of Civil Society in Making Rights Real for Vulnerable Workers28
Assessing the Direct and Indirect Effects of Legitimacy on Public Empowerment of Police: A Study of Public Support for Police Militarization in America26
Moving Away from "Up or Out": Determinants of Permanent Employment in Law Firms26
The Price of Civil Rights: Black Lives, White Funding, and Movement Capture25
Are Judicial Performance Evaluations Fair to Women and Minorities? A Cautionary Tale from Clark County, Nevada25
On the Meaning and Pattern of Legal Citations: Evidence from State Wrongful Discharge Precedent Cases20
Undermining Gender Equality: Female Attrition from Private Law Practice19
Judicial Stereotyping Associated with Genetic Essentialist Biases toward Mental Disorders and Potential Negative Effects on Sentencing17
Organizing for Deterrence: Lessons from a Study of Child Support15
Fear of the Disability Con: Perceptions of Fraud and Special Rights Discourse15
Latitude and Severity of Sentencing Options, Race of the Victim and Decisions of Simulated Jurors: Some Issues Arising from the "Algiers Motel" Trial15
Examining the Paradox of Crime Reporting: Are Disadvantaged Victims More Likely to Report to the Police?14
Restorative Justice, Policing and Insurgency: Learning from Pakistan14
Authority, Anxiety, and Procedural Justice: Moving from Scientific Detachment to Critical Engagement14
“No Hints, No Forecasts, No Previews”: An Empirical Analysis of Supreme Court Nominee Candor from Harlan to Kagan13
Punishment's Legal Templates: A Theory of Formal Penal Change13
Technological Innovation and Police Officers' Understanding and Use of Force11
From Plea Negotiation to Coercive Justice: Notes on the Respecification of a Concept11
The Effects of Civil Hate Speech Laws: Lessons from Australia10
Do Rich and Poor Behave Similarly in Seeking Legal Advice? Lessons from Taiwan in Comparative Perspective10
Race, Ethnicity, and Perceived Minority Police Presence: Examining Perceptions of Criminal Injustice Among Los Angeles Residents9
Investigating Legal Consciousness through the Technical Work of Elite Lawyers: A Case Study on Tax Avoidance9
Questions of Validity and Drawing Conclusions from Simulation Studies in Procedural Justice: A Comment9
From Democracy to Juristocracy8
Studying Disputes: Learning from the CLRP Experience8
The Two Faces of Law and Inequality: From Critique to the Promise of Situated, Pragmatic Policy8
Irony of Citizenship: Descent, National Belonging, and Constitutions in the Postcolonial African State7
The Mechanisms behind Litigation's “Radiating Effects”: Historical Grievances against Japan7
How Their Laws Affect our Laws: Mechanisms of Immigration Policy Diffusion in the Americas, 1790-20107