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Regulation by Machine, Journal of Machine Learning Research (W&CP) (2017) [co-authored with Ben Alarie & Albert H. Yoon]

The Death of Rules and Standards, 92(4) Indiana Law Journal (2017) [co-authored with Anthony J. Casey]

On the Efficiency of the Common Law: An Application to the Recovery of RewardsEuropean Journal of Law & Economics (2017)

Unintended Consequences: The Regressive Effects of Increased Access to CourtsJournal of Empirical Legal Studies (forthcoming 2017) [co-authored with Albert H. Yoon]

Using Machine Learning to Predict Outcomes in Tax Law, 58(3) Canadian Business Law Journal 231 (2016) [co-authored with Ben Alarie & Albert H. Yoon]

Self-Driving Laws, 66(4) University of Toronto Law Journal 429 (2016) [co-authored with Anthony J. Casey]

Law in the Future, 66(4) University of Toronto Law Journal 423 (2016) [co-authored with Benjamin Alarie & Albert H. Yoon]

Friendly Precedent, 57 William & Mary Law Review 1795 (2016) [co-authored with Albert H. Yoon]

Judicial Disharmony: A Study of Dissent, 42 International Review of Law & Economics 60 (2015) [co-authored with Albert H. Yoon]

Hostile Takeovers and Overreliance, 38 Seattle University Law Review 595 (Symposium edition, 2015)

Noise Reduction: The Screening Value of Qui Tam91(5) Washington University Law Review 1169 (2014) [co-authored with Anthony J. Casey]

Case-by-Case Adjudication and the Path of the Law, 42(2) Journal of Legal Studies 303 (2013)

Tracking Inconsistent Judicial Behavior, 34 International Review of Law & Economics 9 (2013) 

The Evolution of a Legal Rule, 39(2) Journal of Legal Studies 325 (2010) [co-authored with Richard A. Posner and Andrei Shleifer] -- Reprinted in Andrei Shleifer, The Failure of Judges and the Rise of Regulators (MIT Press, 2012)

Do Judges Cherry Pick Precedents to Justify Extra-Legal Decisions, 70(1) Maryland Law Review 234 (Fall 2010)

Structural and Behavioural Market Power under the Trade Practices Act: An Application to Predatory Pricing, 32(2) Australian Business Law Review 83 (2004) (co-authored with Joshua S. Gans and Stephen P. King