The following works appeared in Issue 1:
- Valrie Chambers & Brian Elzweig, Maximizing Ponzi Loss Deductions for Estate and Income Tax Purposes: Are Taxpayers Better Off Dead?
- Susan Lorde Martin, How Much Is “Substantial Evidence” and How Big Is a “Significant Gap”?: The Telecommunications Attorney Full Employment Act
- Robert T. Miller, Smith v. Van Gorkom and the Kobayashi Maru: The Place of the Trans Union Case in the Development of Delaware Corporate Law
- Noam Noked, Can Taxes Mitigate Corporate Governance Inefficiencies?
Morality, Markets, and Contract Law
The following works appeared in Issue 2:
- Aditi Bagchi, How Well Do We Treat Each Other in Contract?
- Brian H. Bix, Contract Law and the Common Good
- Andrew S. Gold, Contract, Promise, and the Right of Redress
- Robert A. Hillman, A Pragmatist’s View of Promissory Law with a Focus on Consent and Reliance
- Kimberly D. Krawiec & Wenhao Liu, Does Contract Law Need Morality?
- Mark L. Movsesian, Markets and Morals: The Limits of Doux Commerce
The following works appeared in Issue 3:
- Stanislav Dolgopolov, Securities Fraud Embedded in the Market Structure Crisis: High-Frequency Traders as Primary Violators
- Karl T. Muth & Andrew Leventhal, Mutuals: An Area of Legal Climate Change
- Jeff Todd & R. Todd Jewell, A 2016 Copa America Bump for Major League Soccer? Strengthening the Case for Legal Action Arising from the Corrupted 2022 World Cup Bid