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.
Out of the Boat: Trusting God in the Midst of Life's Storms (2013, Empire Publishers).
King Henry: The Memoirs of Sen. Henry L. Marsh, III, Esq. (forthcoming 2012) (ed.).
White (Mostly Male) Affirmative Action: From Denial to Redemption and Reconciliation (2011) (with Oliver W. Hill, Esq.).
Brown, the Big Bang and Beyond: The Life Story of Oliver W. Hill, Sr. (2000, 2007) (ed.).
A Demographic History of Federal Judicial Appointments by Gender and Race: 1789-2011, 25 Berkeley La Raza L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2015).
Modern “Sappers and Miners”: The Roberts Court and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 18 Rich. J.L. & Pub. Int. 461 (2015).
A Demographic Snapshot of America's Federal Judiciary: A Prima Facie Case for Change, National Association of Appellate Court Attorneys, Feb. 2011.
Why America Still Needs Affirmative Action, Va. Law., Oct. 2008.
Implications of a Uniracial Worldview: Race and Rights in a New Era, 5 Barry L. Rev. 1 (2005).
America's Enduring Legacy: Segregated Housing and Segregated Schools, Minority Trial Law., Vol. 6, No. 2 (Winter 2008) (essay in honor of Oliver W. Hill, Esq.).
Tribute in Honor of Oliver W. Hill, Esq., Nat'l Ass'n of Appellate Court Attorneys, Oct. 2007, at 18.
Human Rights Law