The North Carolina Law Review’s online supplement, Addendum, is a forum for legal academics, practitioners, judges, and students to publish cutting-edge scholarship. Each article published in Addendum undergoes a rigorous editing process, but because the editing process is not restricted by print-publication timelines, articles can be published faster than pieces released in the Review’s print edition.
We invite judges, professors, researchers, lecturers, practicing attorneys, and UNC students to submit pieces. Publication decisions will be made in February, April, June, August, October, and December.
Professional articles should be limited to 15-20 manuscript pages in length. Student pieces should be limited to 12-15 pages. There is no limitation on subject matter or topic. Submissions on any and all topics of legal scholarship will be considered for publication.
For additional information about Addendum, the online editing process, and the Review’s publication guidelines, please contact our Online Content Editor.