- Alison W. Conner, Movie Justice: The Legal System in Pre-1949 Chinese Film
- James Parry Eyster, Antigone in China: Teaching American Law and Lawyering in Shenzhen
- Naomi Johnstone, Indonesia in the ‘REDD': Climate Change, Indigenous Peoples and Global Legal Pluralism
- Justice Margaret McMurdo AC and Jodi Gardner, Traditional Pacific Land Rights and International Law: Tensions and Evolution
- Natasha Baldauf, One-Way Track to Desecration: Implications of the Honolulu Rail’s Failure to Comply with Protections Mandated for Native Hawaiian Burials
- Amanda Lokelani Donlin, When All the Kahuna Are Gone: Evaluating Hawaii’s Traditional Hawaiian Healers’ Law
- Barron T. Oda, An Alternative Perspective to Battling the Bulge: The Social and Legal Fallout of Japan’s Anti-Obesity Legislation
- Trevor N. Tamashiro, Moloka’i: Resurrecting ‘Aha Moku on the “Last Hawaiian Island”
- Stewart A. Yerton, Procedural Standing and the Hawaii Superferry Decision: How a Surfer, a Paddler, and an Orchid Farmer Aligned Hawaii’s Standing Doctrine with Federal Principles
Special Issue: The Resurgence of Lay Adjudicatory Systems
- Hiroshi Fukurai et al, Special Issue Introduction: The Resurgence of Lay Adjudicatory Systems in East Asia
- Anna Dobrovolskaia, Japan’s Past Experiences with the Institution of Jury Service
- Makoto Ibusuki, “Quo Vadis?”: First Year Inspection to Japanese Mixed Jury Trial
- Jae-Hyup Lee, Korean Jury Trial: Has the New System Brought About Changes?
- Zachary Corey and Valerie P. Hans, Japan’s New Lay Judge System: Deliberative Democracy in Action?
- Hiroshi Fukurai, People’s Panels vs. Imperial Hegemony: Japan’s Twin Lay Justice Systems and the Future of American Military Bases in Japan