Thomas V. Cunningham (Pitt): Rawlsian Reflective Equilibrium. Enzo Rossi (Amsterdam): Legitimacy and Consensus in Rawls' Political Liberalism. Ben Cross (Sydney): Rawlsian Liberalism, Justice for the Worst Off, and the Limited Capacity of Political Institutions. Alberto De Luigi (Milan): Liberalism and the Principle of Difference: Rawls Tested by Larmore's Theory, Part I. Justin Bruner (UC-Irvine): Rawlsian Distributions: An Experimental Approach. Jennifer Bird-Pollan (Kentucky): Unseating Privilege: Rawls, Equality of Opportunity, and Wealth Transfer Taxation. Fabian Schuppert (QUB): In Search of a Just Political Economy: Why We Should Go Beyond Rawls's POD and Schefczyk's RUWS. Jeppe von Platz (Suffolk): Are Economic Liberties Basic Rights? David Ronnegard and N. Craig Smith (INSEAD): Shareholders vs. Stakeholders: How Liberal and Libertarian Political Philosophy Frames the Basic Debate in Business Ethics. Kirsten Hager (Jena) and Nicole Becker and Jan Heufer (Dortmund): Revealed Notions of Distributive Justice I: Theory; and Revealed Notions of Distributive Justice II: Experimental Evidence. Kazutaka Inamura (Keio): Civic Virtue and Fraternity: Problems of Rawls’s Luck Neutralizing Approach. Marcus Arvan (Tampa): First Steps Toward a Nonideal Theory of Justice. Gareth Martin Thomas and Tim Banks (Cardiff): We Aren't Racing a Fair Race: Rawls, Sen, and the Paralympic Games. Forthcoming in The Rawls Lexicon, here is the entry on legitimate expectations by Martin O’Neill. The Theory of Justice musical is the nerdiest thing you’ll see all day.