|North Carolina Law Review|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|North Carol. Law Rev.|
|Edited by||Andrew L. Rodenbough|
North Carolina Law Review Association (United States)
The North Carolina Law Review (Bluebook abbreviation: N.C. L. Rev.) is the law journal of the University of North Carolina School of Law. It was established in 1922 and is published in six issues each year, with issue 5 devoted to its annual symposium and issue 6 designated as a special review of North Carolina and Fourth Circuit law. As of 2010, the North Carolina Law Review was ranked #24 among US law journals. The North Carolina Law Review also publishes an online supplement Addendum (Bluebook abbreviation: N.C. L. Rev. Add.).
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