Law Reviews & Law Journals
A Fresh Look at Copyright on Campus. 81(3) Missouri Law Review 769-810 (2016).
Copyright in Higher Education: A Review of Modern Scholarship. 54(1) Duquesne Law Review 197-221 (2016).
Defining Domain: Higher Education’s Battles for Cyberspace. 80(3) Brooklyn Law Review 857-942 (2015).
UniversityTM: Trademark Rights Accretion in Higher Education. 27 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 349-419 (2014).
Innovation and Litigation: Tensions Between Universities and Patents and How to Fix Them. 15 Yale Journal of Law & Technology 312-404 (2013).
When Tigers Bare Teeth: A Qualitative Study of University Patent Enforcement. 46(1) Akron Law Review 169-205 (2013).
Myriad Choices: University Patents Under the Sun. 42(2) Journal of Law & Education 313-326 (2013).
University Initiation of Patent Infringement Litigation. 10(4) The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law 623-694 (2011).
Ethics Education in Medical Schools: Problems, Practices, and Possibilities. 10(2) Quinnipiac Health Law Journal 181-218 (2007).
Rethinking Student Press in the ‘Marketplace of Ideas’ After Hosty: The Argument for Encouraging Professional Journalistic Practices. 33(2) Journal of College and University Law 429-472 [student note] (2007).
Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals
Copyright in Higher Education: Motivating a Research Agenda. The Journal of Technology Transfer (2018). doi: 10.1007/s10961-017-9632-6 [with Christopher S. Hayter].
Trademark Trends and Brand Activity in Higher Education. 40(1) Review of Higher Education 33-61 (2016). doi: 10.1353/rhe.2016.0037 [with Christopher S. Collins].
A Legal Perspective on University Technology Transfer. 41(2) The Journal of Technology Transfer 270-289 (2016). doi: 10.1007/s10961-015-9436-5 [with Christopher S. Hayter].
University Involvement in Patent Infringement Litigation. 47(1) les Nouvelles 8-18 (2012).
Rooksby writes a bi-monthly column on legal issues in higher education for Campus Legal Advisor, a Wiley publication.
Digital Cocoons and the Raw Abroad. Inside Higher Ed (April 15, 2016) [with George D. Greenia].
Colleges Need Free Speech More Than Trademarks. 60(24) Chronicle of Higher Education A29-A30 (Feb. 24, 2014).
Sharing Life’s Work. 22(6) National Jurist 6-7 (2013).
Sue. U. 98(5) Academe 24-28 (Sept./Oct., 2012).
When Your Institution Sues for Patent Infringement. 20(4) Trusteeship 7 (July/Aug., 2012).
Beyond the Press: Collegiate Journalism’s Uncertain Future. 57(38) Chronicle of Higher Education A35 (June 3, 2011).
Colleges As Collectors: Questions to Ask When Buying and Selling Artworks. 55(3) Chronicle of Higher Education A96 (Sept. 12, 2008) [with Gilbert E. Schill, Jr.].
Access and Storage of Knowledge in the New Millennium: The Google Book Search Library Project and the Future of Libraries. Teachers College Record (Jan. 11, 2007).