Vol. 82 Nbr. 1, January - January 2017
- "Loss" revisited: A defense of the centerpiece of the federal economic crime sentencing guideline.
- Reply to professor Bowman's "loss" revisited.
- When Teachers go viral: Balancing institutional efficacy against the First Amendment rights of public educators in the age of Facebook.
- Belonging as intellectual creation.
- Ringing the bell: The right to counsel and the Interest Convergence Dilemma.
- Picking winners and losers: The subjectivity of Missouri disciplinary decisions.
- Slanting trademark choices in the right direction: Why Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act promotes the interests of consumers.
- The "Undue Hardship" test: The dangers of a subjective test in determining the dischargeability of student loan debt in bankruptcy.
- "A verdict worthy of confidence": The weakening of Brady's "materiality" requirement in Missouri.
- Instilling hope: Suggested legislative reform for Missouri regarding juvenile sentencing pursuant to Supreme Court decisions in Miller and Montgomery.