North Carolina Law Review

University of North Carolina School of Law

160 Ridge Road

Chapel Hill, NC 27514

February 5, 2019

97 N.C. L. Rev. 464 (2019)


In the United States, organized labor is a shell of its former self. Unions currently represent only 10.7% of American workers, compared to roughly 33% in the 1950s. In the private sector, only 6.5% of workers are union members. Yet, despite...

February 5, 2019

97 N.C. L. Rev. 432 (2019)

This Comment examines North Carolina’s habitual misdemeanor larceny statute. After comparing the costs of creating more felons and giving longer prison sentences with the supposed benefits of increased punishments for those who habitually stea...

February 5, 2019

97 N.C. L. Rev. 395 (2019)

It is estimated that, since its inception, over 980,000 Bitcoins have been lost through unauthorized takings, mostly individual accounts located on major Bitcoin exchanges. This loss represents an amount over $3.5 billion, and most of these lo...

February 5, 2019

97 N.C. L. Rev. 355 (2019)

This Article examines specialty courts, including drug, alcohol, and mental health courts, which proponents claim created a revolution in criminal justice. Defendants whose underlying crime is the result of a substance use disorder or a mental...

February 5, 2019

97 N.C. L. Rev. 293 (2019)

Across the political spectrum, economists agree that local land use regulations exacerbate inequality, decrease opportunity, and hinder economic growth by inflating housing prices. Local governments are structurally ill-equipped to solve this...

February 5, 2019

97 N.C. L. Rev. 243 (2019)

The idea of a bankruptcy procedure for large, systemically important financial institutions exercises an irresistible draw for some policymakers and academics. Financial institution bankruptcy promises to be a transparent, law-based process in...

Please reload

Featured Posts

Announcing the Volume 98 Board!

January 28, 2019

1/1
Please reload

Recent Posts
Please reload

Archive