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The Quinnipiac Law Review provides analysis and commentary on all areas of the law. The work published in our pages provides critical examinations of everything from recent groundbreaking civil and criminal cases to the shifting paradigms in corporate law structure and the moving parts behind environmental and food regulation. Published four times annually, the Law Review includes articles written by faculty, judges and practicing attorneys from all over the country as well as notes and case notes from students.

The Quinnipiac Law Review is a wholly student-run organization. Membership on the Quinnipiac Law Review provides students with an opportunity to develop legal scholarship skills that give them an edge in the legal market. Membership requires a great deal of time and effort but the rewards are invaluable.

Volume 42, Issue 1, 2023

Insider Trading Symposium: Texas Gulf Sulphur at 55



  1. A Letter from the Symposium Advisor; Marilyn J. Ward Ford

  2. Texas Gulf Sulphur at 55 Symposium — Forward; Garrett A. Borden

  3. Symposium Speakers


  1. The Most Important Decision in Federal Securities Law — Texas Gulf Sulphur; Marc I. Steinberg

  2. The Statutory Authority for Court-Ordered Disgorgement in SEC Enforcement Actions; Donna M. Nagy

  3. Chiarella v. United States and its Indelible Impact on Insider Trading Law; Donna M. Nagy

  4. Unintended Consequences: The Link Between Judge Friendly’s Texas Gulf Sulphur Concurrence and Recent Supreme Court Decisions Misconstruing Rule 10b-5; Margaret V. Sachs

  5. Texas Gulf Sulphur and the Genesis of Corporate Liability under Rule 10b-5; A.C. Pritchard and Robert B. Thompson

  6. Beyond the Personal Benefit Test: The Economics of Tipping by Insiders; Jonathan R. Macey

Previous Issues

Volume 40, Issue 1, 2021


  1. The Shopkeeper’s Morality in The Age of Automation; Bret N. Bogenschneider

  2. The Disconnect Between State Laws Regarding Medical Marijuana Legalization and Employee Protections; Gita Sharma and Vanessa L. Johnson


  1. Title IX – Where Is It Now and Where Should It Go?; Alexa Massad

  2. Should We Establish A Duty of Care for Individuals to Not Spread Covid-19 and Under What Circumstances Should This Duty Arise?; Londyn K. Zografakis

Volume 39, Issue 2, 2021


  1. Humble Conservatism: Stewardship, The Rule of Law, And A Consistent Life Ethic; Chad G. Marzen
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  2. The ‘Intellectual Diversity’ Crisis That Isn’t: Liberal Faculties, Conservative Victims, And the Cynical Effort to Undermine Higher Education for Political Gain; Sean M. Kammer
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  1. To Regulate, Or Not to Regulate? The Court’s Expansion of The Federal Employers Liability Act and The Federal Arbitration Act to Supplant Employment Law; Meaghan C. Kirby

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Board of Editors, 2023-2024


  • Samantha M. Passanante

Manuscript Editor

  • Hannah B. Scott

Publication Editors

  • Emily Dichele
  • Dakota Flint
  • Hope K. Marino
  • Connor Reed

Business Managing Editor

  • Alexander O. Kosakowski

Executive Managing Editor

  • Alexa P. Saberito

Research & Symposium Editor

  • Garrett Borden

Note & Casenote Editors

  • Lena Arnold
  • Mia Gratacos-Atterberry
  • Jennifer M. Vincenzo

Lead Articles Editors

  • Jessica Cocomazzi
  • Jessica L. Gibree 

Staff Members

  • Catherine Y. Bailey
  • Michael H. Coudert
  • Jeremy A. Gustafson
  • Andie King
  • Alexandra Koulouris
  • Rose Levine
  • Maryanne D. MacIsaac
  • Heather Mansfield
  • Carl Maxwell
  • Nicole Pirone
  • Emily Rotondo
  • Luc Shay
  • Kiley Stackpole
  • Stefanie Trouern-Trend
  • Kelly Von Ende

Faculty Advisors

  • Jennifer Gerarda Brown
  • Kevin Barry
  • Jeffrey A. Cooper
  • Kathy Kuhar
  • Leonard Long
  • Brad Saxton
  • Mark Schroeder

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