McClellan, F.M., White, A.A., Jimenez, R.L., and Fahmy, S. (2012). Do poor people sue doctors more frequently? Confronting unconscious bias and the role of cultural competency. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, DOI:10.1007/s11999-012-2254-2.
Young, J.U. (2011). Failure to Communicate Clinical Test Results - A Legal Analysis for Pennsylvania. Policy Brief.
*Professor McClellan served as a faculty supervisor of this paper. He is not a co-author.
Frank McClellan, Tort Reform for Medical Malpractice Cases: Stories v. Statistics, 3 L. & Bioethics Rep. 7 (Sept. 2003).
Frank McClellan, Recovery for Emotional Distress as a Distinct Tort Claim: Is the U. S. Approach Suitable for China?, in Qinquan Xingweifa Yanju [Treatise on Torts Law] (Democracy and Legal System Press of China 2004).
Frank McClellan & Emmanuel Iheukwumere, Litigating Medical Malpractice Claims: Developments in the Law, in Litigating Medical Malpractice Claims (ALI-ABA 2001, updates 2002, 2004, 2005).
Frank McClellan, Medical Malpractice Law, Morality and the Culture Wars: A Critical Assessment of the Tort Reform Movement, 27 J. Legal Med. 33 (2006).