North Carolina Law Review

About the North Carolina Law Review:

The North Carolina Law Review is a student-operated journal at the University of North Carolina School of Law which publishes scholarship relevant to the interests of judges, attorneys, researchers, and students in North Carolina and nationwide.

You can learn more at the official North Carolina Law Review website.

Current Issue: Volume 102, Number 1 (2023)

Front Matter


North Carolina Law Review



Class Action Settlements as Contracts?
Howard M. Erichson and Ethan J. Leib


Green Bonds, Empty Promises
Quinn Curtis, W. Mark C. Weidemaier, and Mitu Gulati


Sentencing in an Era of Plea Bargains
Jeffrey Bellin and Jenia I. Turner


Recent Developments

Volume 102

Editor in Chief
Kengyeh K. Chu
Executive Articles Editor
Aidan M. Kelley
Executive Comments Editor
Halie Mariano
Executive Forum Editor
Jack Salt
Managing Editor
Jess Errico
Publication Editor
Kathryn P. Robinson
Articles Editors
Jacob C. Balbach
Kate Alexandra Loan Kozain
Maggie Anne Maloney
Sharis Molly Manokian
Meighan Reid Parsh
Becca Pearson
Hillary Rose Stroud
Christopher M. Thomas
Rudy V. Tummala
Membership & Inclusion Editor
Hinal S. Patel
Symposium Editors
Elizabeth S. Brown
Amy R. Price
Forum Editors
Xavier Dyer
Olivia Z. Hilt
Alexander Reid Slawson
Contributing Editors
William Marshall Rhyne
Elisa Suzanne Sturkie
Comments Editors
Sofia Gutierrez Cuadra
Laura Fisher
Anna Elise Fraser
Alexander Mark Goodin
Katrina Louise Hauprich
Rachel Hannah-Danielle Jones
Huma Khursheed
Daniel Emerson Stainkamp