Vol. 84 No. 1, January 2019
- Plea Bargaining: From Patent Unfairness to Transparent Justice.
- Secrets of the Deep: Defining Privacy Underwater.
- Conditional Innocence and the Myth of Consent: The Subtle Coercion of CERCLA's Contiguous Property Owner Protection.
- A New Look at the ADA's Undue Hardship Defense.
- Intern or Employee in Disguise? The Rise of the Unpaid Internship and the Primary Beneficiary Test.
- Expungement Expansion: Missouri Makes More Misdemeanors Moot.
- Intent or Opportunity? Eighth Circuit Analyzes Intent Element of Generic Burglary.
- Wielding the Constitutional Sword: Lampley's Expansion on Evidencing Sexual Discrimination.
- Made in the Midwest: Missouri's Puppy Mill Problem and How It Should Be Fixed.
- The Eighth Circuit Further Complicates Plaintiff Standing in Data Breach Cases.