The following works appeared in Issue 1:
- Miriam R. Albert, The Howey Test Turns 64: Are the Courts Grading this Test on a Curve?
- Laurence V. Parker, Jr., Virginia is for Lovers and Directors: Important Differences between Fiduciary Duties in Virginia and Delaware
- Stephen J. Leacock, Fingerprints of Equitable Estoppel and Promissory Estoppel on the Statute of Frauds in Contract Law
- Stephen W. Kiefer, The Securities and Exchange Commission’s 2010 Proxy Access Proposals: A Poison Pill for Corporate Health
- Brit Mohler, Is the Breast Best for Business?: The Implications of the Breastfeeding Promotion Act
- Alyssa Miller, “Some Portion of Misconduct”: The Argument for a Negligence Standard for Excepting Discharge of Debts Incurred through Defalcation
The following works appeared in Issue 2:
- Jayne W. Barnard, At the Intersection of Corporate Governance and Environmental Sustainability
- Jack M. Graves, Arbitration as Contract: The Need for a Fully Developed and Comprehensive Set of Statutory Default Legal Rules
- Brent B. Nicholson, Holman v. Commissioner: A Death Knell for the Tax Value of Transfer Restrictions in Family Limited Partnerships?
- Jason Ohana, Texas Elective Workers’ Compensation: A Model of Innovation?
- Lauren T. Andrews, Going Postal: What can Reform do for You?
- Andrea Priest, Turning the Watchdog into a Lapdog: Why the Proposed Newspaper Bailout is the Wrong Solution for a Failing Industry