Peer-reviewed journal articles

Luke McDonagh, 'Losing Ireland, Losing the Empire: Dominion Status and the Irish Constitutions of 1922 and 1937' International Journal of Constitutional Law (I-CON) (forthcoming, 2019).

Christian Helmers, Yassine Lefouili, Brian Love & Luke McDonagh, 'Who Needs a Copyright Small Claims Court? Evidence from the U.K.'s IP Enterprise Court' Berkeley Technology Law Journal Commentaries (2018).

Katrin Cremers, Max Ernicke, Fabian Gaessler, Dietmar Harhoff, Christian Helmers, Luke McDonagh, Paula Schliessler & Nicolas van Zeebroeck, 'Patent Litigation in Europe,' European Journal of Law and Economics 44(1) (2017), 1-44.

Luke McDonagh, 'Two Questions for Professor Drassinower,' Intellectual Property Journal 29(1) (2016), 71-76.

Luke McDonagh, 'From Brand Performance to Consumer Performativity -Assessing European Trade Mark Law After the Rise of Anthropological Marketing,' Journal of Law & Society 42(4) (2015), 611-636.

Luke McDonagh, 'Plays, Performances and Power Struggles - Examining Copyright's "Integrity" in the Field of Theatre,' The Modern Law Review 77(4) (2014), 533-562.

Christian Helmers, Brian Love & Luke McDonagh, 'Is there a Patent Troll Problem in the UK?,' Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal 24 (2014), 509-553.

Christian Helmers & Luke McDonagh, 'Patent litigation in England and Wales and the issue-based approach to costs,' Civil Justice Quarterly 32(3) (2013), 369-384.

Luke McDonagh, 'Is Creative use of Musical Works without a licence acceptable under Copyright?' International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (IIC) 4 (2012), 401-426.

Luke McDonagh, 'Rearranging the Roles of the Performer and the Composer in the Music Industry – the Potential Significance of Fisher v Brooker,' Intellectual Property Quarterly 1 (2012), 64-76.

Luke McDonagh, ‘Headlines and hyperlinks: UK copyright law post-Infopaq,’ Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property 1 (2) (2011), 184–187.