The Law Review works to serve the North Carolina legal community by providing updates on recent North Carolina Supreme Court and 4th Circuit cases.
Ryan Collins digs into the 4th Circuit’s recent decision about what happens when a government official interacts with her constituents on social media. Davison v. Randall, 912 F.3d 666 (4th Cir. 2019).
Kelsey Cullinan Reed examines the North Carolina Supreme Court’s decision regarding what findings are necessary to say that a parent has not made reasonable progress on a case plan. In re B.O.A., 372 N.C. 372, 831 S.E.2d 35 (2019).
Ryan Collins looks at the North Carolina Supreme Court’s decision in State v. Grady that upheld lifetime Satellite Based Monitoring for certain offenders as a reasonable search. State v. Grady, 372 N.C. 509, 831 S.E.2d 542 (2019).