I ran across a cite to this 1997 article (146 U. Penn. L. Rev. 173) by my brother, and decided to do a quick search for how often it has been cited elsewhere.
It turns out that the Westlaw TP-ALL count is 55, plus 6 cites visible on Amazon, and 7 more on Google Scholar -- very good for a piece written by someone who at the time hadn't even gone to law school, and who has only now taken a tenure-track teaching job. Plus it's "One of the best law review articles ever written on any subject" (and, no, that's not just my view, or our mother's). Cool.