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Litman, Harry

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Litman, Harry
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Jurisdiction (5) Criminal Law and Procedure (3) Constitutional Law, Generally (2) Checks and Balances (1) Choice of Law (1) Commerce (1) Commerce Clause (1) Comparative and Foreign Law (1) Conflict of Laws (1) Countries, Areas, and Regions (1)
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Cited by Articles (0-5 Years)
27
Cited by Articles (5+ Years)
186
Cited by Cases (0-5 Years)
0
Cited by Cases (5+ Years)
6
Accessed (Past 12 Months)
75
ScholarRank 11,994

Average Citations per Article
53.25
Average Citations per Document
30.43
Self-Citations 2
H-Index
5.00
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Georgetown Law Journal, Vol. 86, Issue 3 (January 1998), pp. 569-620
Greenberg, Mark D. (Cited 331 times); Litman, Harry (Cited 213 times)
86 Geo. L.J. 569 (1997-1998)
Cited by 90 Articles
Accessed 45 Times
Symposium: Federalization of Crime: Keynote Address
Hastings Law Journal, Vol. 46, Issue 4 (April 1995), pp. 967-978
Gorelick, Jamie S. (Cited 122 times); Litman, Harry (Cited 213 times)
46 Hastings L.J. 967 (1994-1995)
Case Western Reserve Law Review, Vol. 47, Issue 3 (Spring 1997), pp. 921-978
Litman, Harry (Cited 213 times); Greenberg, Mark D. (Cited 331 times)
47 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 921 (1996-1997)
Cited by 36 Articles
Accessed 1 Time
Comment
California Law Review, Vol. 74, Issue 2 (March 1986), pp. 565-602
Litman, Harry (Cited 213 times)
74 Calif. L. Rev. 565 (1986)
Symposium: Federalization of Crime: Report
Hastings Law Journal, Vol. 46, Issue 4 (April 1995), pp. 1319-1338
Litman, Harry (Cited 213 times); Greenberg, Mark D. (Cited 331 times)
46 Hastings L.J. 1319 (1994-1995)
Cited by 7 Articles
Accessed 1 Time
Georgetown Law Journal, Vol. 92, Issue 6 (August 2004), pp. 1133-1180
Litman, Harry (Cited 213 times)
92 Geo. L.J. 1133 (2003-2004)
Cited by 1 Article
Accessed 17 Times
Dual Prosecutions: A Model for Concurrent Federal Jurisdiction
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