The following works appeared in Issue 1:
- Deborah Burand & Anne Tucker, Legal Literature Review of Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing (2007-2017): Doing Good by Doing Business
- Patricia E. Campbell, University Inventions Reconsidered: Debunking the Myth of University Ownership
- Frank G. Colella, Time to Prune the Flora – Procedural Due Process, the Full Payment Rule and Assessable Penalties: Larson v. United States
- Michael A. Sabino, “Liberty Requires Accountability”: The Appointments Clause, Lucia v. SEC, and the Next Constitutional Controversy
The following works appeared in Issue 2:
- Richard E. Brodsy, Securities Exchange Act Section 4E(a): Toothless “Internal-Timing Directive” or Statute of Limitation?
- Debra D. Burke, Kenneth J. Sanney & Dan Clapper, Digital Accessibility in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry: Legal and Ethical Considerations
- J.B. Heaton, Kill Cammer: Securities Litigation Without Junk Science
- Nicole Forbes Stowell, Carl Pacini, Nathan Wadlinger, Jacqueline M. Crain & Martina Schmidt, Investigating Healthcare Fraud: Its Scope, Applicable Laws, and Regulations
The following works appeared in Issue 3:
- Thomas J. Freeman, Aaron McKain & Destynie J.L. Sewell, Janus and the Future of Collective Bargaining: Rhetorically Predicting a First Amendment Right to Negotiation
- Mitchell M. Gans, Kaestner Fails: The Way Forward
- Jeffrey L. Harrison, .After Forty Years of Antitrust Revision and Apple Inc. v. Pepper, What Now Illinois Brick?
- Robert Sprague, Using the ABC Test to Classify Workers: End of the Platform-Based Business Model or Status Quo Ante?
- Morgan R. Knudtsen, Conspiracy Liability and the FCPA: The Second Circuit’s Rare Interpretation of the FCPA in United States v. Hoskins and Its Potential Implications
- Carl “Ott” Lindstrom, Mod Money, Mod Problems: A Critique of Copyright Restrictions on Video Game Modifications and an Evaluation of Associated Monetization Regimes