Professor Jack Preis teaches and writes in the areas of federal courts, civil rights litigation, and civil procedure. His scholarship, which focuses on constitutional rights and remedies, has appeared in the Virginia Law Review, Indiana Law Journal, and Wake Forest Law Review, among other venues. While a professor, Preis has argued before the Ninth Circuit, the Eleventh Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court in constitutional remedies cases. Before joining the Richmond Law faculty in 2008, Professor Preis served as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Brooklyn Law School and Washburn University School of Law.
How the Federal Cause of Action Relates to Rights, Remedies and Jurisdiction, 67 Fla. L. Rev. 849 (2015).
In Defense of Implied Injunctive Relief in Constitutional Cases, 22 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1 (2013).
The False Promise of the Converse-1983 Action, 87 Ind. L. J. 1697 (2012).
Constitutional Enforcement by Proxy, 95 Va. L. Rev. 1663 (2009).
Alternative State Remedies in Constitutional Torts, 40 Conn. L. Rev. 723 (2008).
Jurisdiction and Discretion in Hybrid Law Cases, 75 Univ. Cin. L. Rev. 145 (2006).
Magna Carta's rule of politics (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Sat., Jun. 20, 2015
Correspondent of the Day (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Sat., Aug. 10, 2013
Removal before service not allowed (Virginia Lawyers Weekly)
Fri., Mar. 8, 2013
Interview on Bloomberg Law (Bloomberg Radio)
Sat., Nov. 24, 2012