(Authors in alphabetical order)

1. Lecture:
Finance & Law: Understanding the Institutional and Functional Role
of the International Monetary Fund During Sovereign Debt Crisis Situations

Dean Sedfrey M. Candelaria, Ateneo de Manila University School of Law


2. Dissertation:
Elevating the Status of the Right to Information through the Writ of Scientia Omnibus
Charles Fredricksson O. De Belen, San Beda University


3. Lecture:
‘Tutelary Rules Principle’ as Legal Tool for Easing Economic Rights’ Access to Justice in the Philippines
Dean Gemy Lito L. Festin, Polytechnic University of the Philippines College of Law


4. Dissertation
The Liberty to Locate and the Threat of Crime: A Critical Discourse and Systematic Review of the Impact of Crime on Property Values
Beverly Tolentino Lumbera, LUMSA University – Rome, Italy


5. Article:
The forgotten war on Poverty
via: http://opinion.inquirer.net/97911/the-forgotten-war-on-poverty
Christopher Ryan Maboloc, Philippine Daily Inquirer


6. Dissertation:
Enforcing Liberty and Prosperity through the Courts of Law:
A Shift in Legal Thought from Juridification to Judicialization

Raphael Lorenzo A. Pangalangan, University of Oxford / University of the Philippines


7. Lecture:
The Powerful Judiciary and Rule of Law in the Philippines
Dean Joan Sarausos-Largo, University of San Carlos School of Law and Governance


8. Lecture:
Writ of Prosperity
Dean Joan Sarausos-Largo, University of San Carlos School of Law and Governance


9. Dissertation:
Liberty and Prosperity for Future Generations:
Intergenerational Equity as Customary International Law

Josiah David Felix Quising, Far Eastern University


10. Dissertation:
A Rights-Based Approach to Environmental Protection:
The Balance between Police Power and Livelihood Rights 

Clarissa Mae A. Sawali, Far Eastern University


11. Lecture:
Human Rights, Politics, International Law and Trade Arrangement and Economic Prosperity:
A Reading of the Philippine Situation

Dean Melencio Sta. Maria, Far Eastern University Institute of Law


12. Dissertation:
Liberty and Prosperity in the Digital Age:
Determining the Proper Treatment of Online Intermediaries in Light of
the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
Tess Marie P. Tan, University of San Carlos School of Law and Governance