Gabriel Scheffler

Associate Professor of Law

J.D., Yale Law School
A.B., Harvard College

Gabriel Scheffler
Phone: (305) 284-3616
Office: G467

Gabe Scheffler works primarily in the areas of health law and policy, administrative law, and occupational regulation. Prior to joining the Miami Law faculty, he was a Regulation Fellow with the Penn Program on Regulation at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as a Research Fellow with the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School. Previously, he served as a Staff Economist at the White House Council of Economic Advisers, where he worked on health care and labor market policy. He received his J.D. from Yale Law School in 2014, and his A.B. from Harvard College in 2009.


Equality and Sufficiency in Health Care Reform, 81 Md. L. Rev. 144 (2022).

Unrules, with Cary Coglianese, Daniel Walters, 73 Stan. L. Rev. 885 (2021).

Failure to Capture: Why Business Does Not Control the Rulemaking Process, 79 Md. L. Rev. 700 (2020).

The Dynamism of Health Law: Expanded Insurance Coverage as the Engine of Regulatory Reform, 10 UC Irvine Law Review (2020).

Can Electronic Health Records be Saved?, with Craig Konnoth, 46 Am. J.L. & Med. 7 (2020).

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Has and Should Reshape the American Safety Net, with Andrew Hammond, Ariel Jurow Kleiman, 105 Minn. L. Rev. Headnotes 154 (2020).

Private Standards and the Benzene Case: A Teaching Guide, with Cary Coglianese, 71 Admin. L. Rev. 353 (2019).

Unlocking Access to Health Care: A Federalist Approach to Reforming Occupational Licensing, 29 Health Matrix 293 (2019).

Occupational Licensing and the Limits of Public Choice Theory, with Ryan Nunn, 4 Admin. L. Rev. Accord 25 (2019).

What Congress’s Repeal Efforts Can Teach Us About Regulatory Reform, with Cary Coglianese, 3 Admin. L. Rev. Accord 43 (2017).

Readmission Penalties and Health Insurance Expansions: A Dispatch from Massachusetts, with Christopher Chen, Amitabh Chandra, 9 Journal of Hospital Medicine 681-687 (2014).

The Effect of Childhood Vaccine Exemptions on Disease Outbreaks, with Emily Lee, Lindsay Rosenthal, Center for American Progress Reports (2013).

Massachusetts' Health Care Reform and Emergency Department Utilization, with Christopher Chen, Amitabh Chandra, 365 The New England Journal of Medicine (2011).

The Effectiveness of Anti-Corruption Policy: What Has Worked, What Hasn't, and What We Don't Know, with Rema Hanna, Sarah Bishop, Sara Nadel, Katherine Durlacher, Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre 121 (2011).

Gabriel Scheffler
Phone: (305) 284-3616
Office: G467
Faculty Assistant

Demmings, Sue

Phone: (305) 284-4442
Office: G463