The new Washington & Lee Law School Journals Ranking is out and I'm pleased to note that the Supreme Court Economic Review ranks second among law and economics journals according to their methodology (the rankings use a citation-based methodology, as I understand it). We trail only JLS and are ranked ahead of, among others, JLE, ALER, and JLEO.
Submission and other information are available here. Ilya and I are now the editors of the journal so SCER's ranking is sure to decline precipitously in coming years, but in the meantime, if you have a peer-review worthy law and economics paper we hope you will consider submitting it to us.
I couldn't get a direct link to the ratings output to work--if you want to see the whole list it appears you need to run the search under the "Subjects Box" and then click the dates you want.