Professor Jonathan Stubbs writes at the intersection of race and civil rights, and teaches a variety of courses, including constitutional law, human rights law, race, religion and the law, and professional responsibility. Professor Stubbs has authored several commentaries and tributes to the late Oliver Hill, including the book, Brown, The Big Bang and Beyond: The Life Story of Oliver W. Hill, Sr., now in its second edition. In 2012, Professor Stubbs organized and accompanied students on a trip to Ghana to experience first-hand the culture and connection between race and human rights.
Panelist, "URVA is for Lovers: A Conversation about Law, Love, Desire, and Consent," University of Richmond (Nov. 2016).
Panelist, "Community Engagement in Building Trust in the Criminal Justice System," National Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts, Williamsburg, Va. (May 2016).
Member, Life-Line Ministries, Inc., Old Dominion Bar Association
Professor of Law (1995-present) University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, Va.
Associate Professor of Law (1992-95) University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, Va.
Assistant Professor of Law (1989-92) University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, Va.