The University of North Carolina is inviting submissions for North Carolina Civil Rights Law Review on a rolling basis.
About University of North Carolina
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a public research university in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. It is the flagship of the University of North Carolina system and is considered to be one of the “Public Ivys”.
About Call for Papers
The North Carolina Civil Rights Law Review is currently accepting articles, essays, or other submissions for publication.
They welcome submissions by judges, professionals, practitioners, recent law school graduates, and current law students. All submissions should conform to the 21st edition of the Bluebook. Emailed submissions should include the author’s CV or resume.
In the event you receive an offer from another journal, we will consider expediting the review of your article. Please make any expedited requests through the same medium as your initial submission (Scholastica or email).
Your request should include your name, phone number, the names of other publications from which you received offers, the relevant deadline, and a statement affirming your preference for the North Carolina Civil Rights Law Review over other journals from which you have already heard.
They will make every attempt to meet your deadline, but make no guarantees. We are generally unable to perform expedited reviews during examination periods.
How to Submit?
They will review submissions received through Scholastica and via email.
If you have not heard back from us in a timely manner, please follow up with Margaret Hay, Volume 3, Executive Articles Editor, at email@example.com.