Invitation to Submit Articles to the Campbell Law School Law Review.

July 12, 2021

Last year, the Campbell Law Review published its inaugural issue on social justice.  The Law Review intends to continue that practice in Volume 44 by publishing an issue solely dedicated to social justice issues.   

The Law Review Editorial Team invites authors to submit legal articles and essays pertaining to social injustice and racial disparities prevalent throughout our country.  

The Law Review is also seeking articles addressing issues specific to North Carolina which could include social justice or any issues addressing the legal profession as a whole.  

Articles of all topics will be considered for publication, and existing drafts of work are welcome. 

Articles can be submitted in Word or PDF format. Text and citations should conform to The Bluebook.  The Law Review does not currently have a word count requirement, though around 6,000 words is recommended.  

All submissions will be vetted by the law review staff. Email submissions to

Miriam Sheppard 

Submissions Editor, Campbell Law Review Vol. 44

Juris Doctor Candidate | Class of 2022

Campbell University, Norman A. Wiggins School of Law