The North Carolina Central Law Review is a student-operated journal at the North Carolina Central University School of Law which publishes scholarship relevant to the interests of judges, attorneys, researchers, and students in North Carolina and nationwide.
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Current Issue: Volume 43, Number 2 (2021)
Hunger Games: Racial Politics and the U.S. Department of AgricultureBrendan Williams103
Representation in Representation: How the Path to End Racial Injustice Begins with the Legal SystemKia Vernon136
Race and Prison Discipline: A Study of North Carolina PrisonsKatie Michaela Becker175
The Constitutionality of Endangering Others: How One Supreme Court Case Rationalized Risky Conduct During a Pandemic as Interpreted in Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn New York v CuomoAndriel Gary157