Issue II of the Journal of Regulatory Compliance Is Now Live!

Corinne Nierzwicki
Executive Production Editor
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, JD 2018

I’m excited to announce that we have released the second issue of the Journal of Regulatory Compliance. Issue II begins with a reflection on compliance education at Loyola University Chicago School of Law from our own previous Executive Editor, Ryan Whitney; followed by an analysis of compliance and ethics issues with third-party vendor relationships from the Columbia School of International and Public Affairs’ own Michael Silverman. Jennifer Mascott, an expert in administrative and Constituional law from George Washington , contributed a discussion of the status of administrative law judges of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as “Officers of the United States.” Last but certainly not least is a critique of financial and securities enforcement against compliance personnel by Erica Skoczylas. Journal of Regulatory Compliance Editor-in-Chief Ryan Meade rounds out the set, with an afterword introducing some of the themes and concepts that will be explored in Issue III.

I had a wonderful time working with our distinguished authors to bring the publication to you as readers today. I hope you enjoy our insightful author’s analyses and insights.

Now that we have published Issue II, we are pivoting toward production of Issue III. Issue III will be published in 2018. Soon we will be announcing speakers for our Symposium, “What is the Role of Regulation if it is Not Enforced?”, and those speakers will author the articles for Issue III. The Symposium will take place at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law on February 16, 2018 and will be coordinated by our two Senior Symposium Editors, Kimberly Seay and Alexander Thompson.

Stay tuned to Inside Compliance for updates on the Symposium and Issue III of the Journal of Regulatory Compliance!