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 101, Number 6 (2023)

Front Matter


North Carolina Law Review



Populist Constitutionalism
Anya Bernstein and Glen Staszewski

Recent Developments

Volume 101

Editor in Chief
Katie M. DeAngelis
Executive Articles Editor
Hashim Esmail Mohamed Elwazir
Executive Comments Editor
Mary Olivia Clark
Executive Forum Editor
Dylan R. Blackburn
Managing Editor
Aurora L. Jaques
Publication Editor
David Kenji Katahira
Articles Editors
Joshua Philip Elmets
Ian Robert Maddox
Marshall K. Newman
Jessica L. Phipps
Sonam Kamlesh Shah
Daniel Sifredo
Caroline H. Spence
Michael S. Wilson
Mary Stewart Wilson
Membership & Inclusion Editor
Reaghan R. Wooster
Symposium Editors
Elisabeth L. Baldwin
Ralph William Meekins, Jr.
Forum Editors
Kate Elizabeth Giduz
Tyler J. Ventura
Contributing Editors
Matthew J. DeWhite
Aaron T. Harding
Noelle Wilson
Comments Editors
Steven M. Constantin
Leah L. Ehler
Aaron Stephen Finkel
James B. Huey
Keegan H. Pace
Elizabeth Grey Poole
Kasey Amalia West
Leighton Whitehead