Survey of North Carolina and Fourth Circuit Law
The North Carolina Law Review’s annual Survey of North Carolina and Fourth Circuit Law embodies its commitment to support the practicing attorneys, lawmakers, and judges of North Carolina. By devoting an entire issue to North Carolina legal topics each year, the Review provides a unique service to its readers and advances the larger mission of the School of Law as a public institution. Its annual Survey seeks to combine academic scholarship with practical experience in a format that few other legal journals attempt. The Survey is a tradition of which the Board of Editors is very proud. The Survey contains scholarship authored by students, academics, and practitioners on relevant North Carolina topics. The North Carolina Survey issue is published annually as the Review’s sixth issue.
We welcome drafts of articles, detailed abstracts, and research proposals on topics in any subject area directly impacting the North Carolina legal community. We currently are accepting submissions on a rolling basis for the volume 92 North Carolina Survey issue and expect to make all publication decisions by the end of August 2013. Please email submissions or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suggest a Topic
Because the Review seeks to develop current content that impacts the North Carolina legal community, it welcomes members of the state bar to suggest topics on which the Review’s staff members may write. If you would like to suggest a topic for inclusion in the Review’s Survey, please send an email to email@example.com with your suggestion. The best topics are those that specifically describe a legal issue and its importance to the North Carolina legal community.
Upcoming Articles: September 2013
The Volume 91 edition of the Survey of North Carolina and Fourth Circuit Law has not yet been finalized. Please check back here for updates.
Previous Issue: September 2012
The Volume 90 edition of the Survey of North Carolina and Fourth Circuit Law was published in September 2012. The following is a list of articles that were published in that edition.
- Brian J. Litwak, Recent Development, Diligence and Digiovanni: The Fourth Circuit’s Interpretation of Investigatory Traffic Stop Reasonableness after Arizona v. Johnson, 90 N.C. L. Rev. 2142 (2012).