Robert Anderson of Pepperdine has a terrific post up at Witnesseth that uses google rankings for law reviews. It's definitely worth a look (and I'm happy that it fits closely with the law review citations part of "Ranking Law Schools with LSATs, Employment Outcomes, and Law Review Citations"). Anderson ranks more than 200 journals based on their H5 index (based on the Hirsch index) -- which is how many articles (h) over the last five years have been cited h number of times. If you have 37 articles that have been published in the last five years cited at least 37 times each, you have an H5 index of 37 -- that's what the Harvard Law Review has. Mighty impressive. Looking down Anderson's list (if you click on the H number you get a list of the articles from each review that have been cited at least H times), I'm reminded again how difficult it is to get citations.