Professor Sharon Sandeen, at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, has posted an ongoing bibliography of trade secrets scholarship. It is pretty amazing. It includes books, book chapters, law review articles, and non-law review articles such as blog posts. It contains links for many of the documents and complete citations. The bibliography looks only at relatively modern sources, from 2002-2022. Other major sources for trade secret law and scholarship include statutes and legislative history (e.g. UTSA Commentary, DTSA Senate and House Reports) as well as many excellent treatises available through Westlaw or Lexis, including Milgrim & Bensen, Jager, and Quinto et al. (There's also a Pooley treatise, though the author has other publications that are more easily accessible.)
Professor Sandeen produced this bibliography with the help of Mitchell Hamline students Arneda Perkins and Amy Gustafson, and Mitchell Hamline research librarian Alisha Hennen.