Book chapters (edited collections)
Luke McDonagh, ‘The Constitutional Implications of Brexit for Northern Ireland,’ in T. Ahmed & E. Fahey (eds.), On Brexit Law, Justices and Injustices (Edward Elgar, 2019), 190–204.
Luke McDonagh, ‘Protecting traditional music under copyright (and choosing not to do enforce it),’ in E. Bonadio & N. Lucchi (eds.), Non-conventional Copyright - Do new and atypical works deserve copyright protection? (Edward Elgar, 2018).
Luke McDonagh, ‘UK Patent Law and Copyright Law after Brexit: Potential Consequences,’ in O.E. Fitzgerald & E. Lein (eds.), Complexity's Embrace: The International Law Implications of Brexit (CIGI Press, 2018).
Luke McDonagh, ‘Biogen v Medeva,’ in J. Bellido (ed.), Landmark Cases in Intellectual Property (Hart, 2017).
Luke McDonagh & Marc Mimler, ‘Intellectual Property Law and Brexit: A Retreat or a Reaffirmation of Jurisdiction?’ in M. Dougan (ed.), The UK After Brexit: Legal and Policy Challenges (Intersentia, 2017), 159–179.
Luke McDonagh, ‘FOSS and Alternative Licensing in the United Kingdom: Assessing the Dual Importance of Contract Law and Copyright Law,’ in A. Metzger (ed.), Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) and other Alternative Licensing Models - A Comparative Analysis of the Main Legal Issues (Springer, 2016), 461-476.
Luke McDonagh, 'Copyright, Contract and FOSS' in in N. Shemtov & I. Walden (eds.), Free and Open Source Software: Policy, Law and Practice (Oxford University Press, 2013), 74-107.
Jonathan Griffiths & Luke McDonagh, 'Fundamental Rights and European Intellectual Property Law - The Case of Art 17(2) of the EU Charter,' in C. Geiger (ed.), Constructing European IP: Achievements and New Perspectives (Edward Elgar, 2013), 75-93.
Luke McDonagh, 'Linguistic Diversity in the UK and Ireland – Does the Meaning of Equality Get Lost in Translation?' in G. Healy, M. Noon & J. Kirton (eds.), Equality, Inequalities and Diversity (Palgrave MacMillan, 2010), 37-55.