Technology has brought both substantial benefits and substantial disruption to much of traditional law practice, and today's law students need to prepare to both co-opt and surpass technology in delivering value to their clients. My research currently involves the future of law practice and legal pedagogy given these changes, especially in the area of contracts and commercial law.
- Burge, M. E. (2020). Repealing the Statute of Wizarding Secrecy in Legal Education. Cumberland law review. 50(1), 117-138.
- Burge, M. E. (2019). Access to Law or Access to Lawyers? Master's Programs in the Public Educational Mission of Law Schools. University of Miami law review. 74(1), 143-203.
- Burge, M. E. (2017). Applying the Cayman Approach to Virtual Currency: A Dispruptive Opportunity Waiting to Happen. (47),
- Burge, M. E. (2016). Apple Pay, Bitcoin, and Consumers: The ABCs of Future Public Payments Law. The Hastings law journal. 67(6), 1493-1549.
- Burge, M. E. (2015). Too Clever by Half: Reflections on Perception, Legitimacy, and Choice of Law Under Revised Article 1 of the Uniform Commercial Code. William & Mary Business Law Review. 6(2), 357-404.
- Romig, J. M., & Burge, M. E. (2019). Legal Literacy and Communication Skills: Working with Law and Lawyers (Chapter 1). Carolina Academic Press.
- Snyder, F. G., & Burge, M. E. (2017). American Contract Law for a Global Age: Chapters 1 and 2. CALI eLangdell Press.
- Burge, M. E. (2010). Who Wants to Be a Muggle? The Diminished Legitimacy of Law as Magic. Thomas, J. E., & Snyder, F. (Eds.), The Law and Harry Potter. (pp. 333-347). Carolina Academic Press.