W. Michael Schuster. "Artificial Intelligence and Patent Ownership". Washington & Lee Law Review. (Forthcoming). 75
W. Michael Schuster. "Sampling Increases Music Sales". Academy of Business Law Journal. (Forthcoming).
W. Michael Schuster & John S. Wroldsen. "Entrepreneurship and Legal Uncertainty: The Curious Case of Valid Federal Trademarks for Illegal Marijuana Derivatives". American Business Law Journal, 55, 117.
W. Michael Schuster. "Public Choice Theory, the Constitution, and Public Understanding of the Copyright System". UC Davis Law Review. 51, 2247.
W. Michael Schuster, David Mitchell & Kenneth Brown. "Sampling Increases Music Sales: An Empirical Copyright Study". American Business Law Journal, (Forthcoming). 56
W. Michael Schuster. (2017). "Invalidity Assertion Entities and Inter Partes Review: Rent Seeking as a Tool to Discourage Patent Trolls". Wake Forest Law Review. 51, 1163.
W. Michael Schuster. (2016). "Rent-Seeking and Inter Partes Review: An Analysis of Invalidity Assertion Entities in Patent Law". Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review. 22, 271.
W. Michael Schuster. (2015). "Fair Use, Girl Talk, and Digital Sampling: An Empirical Study of Music Sampling’s Effect on the Market for Copyrighted Works". Oklahoma Law Review. 67, 443.
W. Michael Schuster. (2014). "Fair Use and Licensing of Derivative Fiction: A Discussion of Possible Latent Effects of the Commercialization of Fan Fiction". South Texas Law Review. 55, 529—invited article.
W. Michael Schuster. (2011). "Claim Construction and Technical Training: An Empirical Study of the Reversal Rates of Technically Trained Judges in Patent Claim Construction Cases". Quinnipiac Law Review. 29, 887.
W. Michael Schuster. (2009). "For the Greater Good: The Use of Public Policy Considerations in Confirming Chapter 11 Plans of Reorganization". Houston Law Review. 46, 467.
W. Michael Schuster. (2009). "Predictability and Patentable Processes: The Federal Circuit’s In re Bilski Decision and Its Effect on the Incentive to Invent". Columbia Science & Technology Law Review. 11, 1.
W. Michael Schuster. (2007). "Subjective Intent in the Determination of Antitrust Violations by Patent Holders, Comment". South Texas Law Review. 49, 507—Comment.