Jud Campbell
Assistant Professor of Law
Courses Taught Constitutional Law Constitutional Law II - Individual Rights

Jud Campbell joined the Richmond Law faculty in 2016 after serving as the Executive Director of the Stanford Constitutional Law Center. His academic focus is First Amendment law and constitutional history. His publications include articles in the Yale Law Journal, Stanford Law Review, Constitutional Commentary, and Law and History Review. After completing his J.D. at Stanford Law School, he clerked for Judge Diane S. Sykes on the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, and for Judge José A. Cabranes on the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He holds a bachelor’s degree in math and political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and two master’s degrees from the London School of Economics, where he studied as a Marshall Scholar.


Presenter, "Judicial Review and Enumeration of Rights," Third Annual Salmon P. Chase Faculty Colloquium, Georgetown Law Center (Dec. 2016).

Presenter, "Natural Rights and the First Amendment," Constitutional Law Colloquium, Loyola Chicago Law School (Nov. 2016).

Presenter, "Natural Rights and the First Amendment," 2016 Junior Scholars Colloquium, The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, Annapolis, Md. (June 2016).

Presenter, "Republicanism and Natural Rights at the Founding," Colloquium on "Our Republican Constitution," Illinois College of Law (March 2016).

Bar Admissions
Professional Experience
Assistant Professor (2016-present)
University of Richmond School of Law
Executive Director (2013-2016)
Stanford Law School Constitutional Law Center
Law Clerk (2012-2013)
Judge Jose A. Cabranes, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Law Clerk (2011-2012)
Judge Diane S. Sykes, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

Natural Rights and the First Amendment, ___ Yale L. J. ___ (forthcoming 2018).

Judicial Review and the Enumeration of Rights, 15 Geo. J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 569 (2017).

Republicanism and Natural Rights at the Founding, 32 Const. Comment. 85 (2017).

Testimonial Exclusions and Religious Freedom in Early America, Law & Hist. Rev. (forthcoming).

Speech-Facilitating Conduct, 68 Stan. L. Rev. 1 (2016).

Commandeering and Constitutional Change, 122 Yale L. J. 1104 (2013).

Religious Neutrality in the Early Republic, 24 Regent U. L. Rev. 311 (2012).

James Cole Mountflorence and the Politics of Diplomacy, 66 Tenn. Hist. Q. 210 (2007).

Charles Gerrard: Early Benefactor of the University of North Carolina, 83 N.C. Hist. Rev. 293 (2006).


Review of Frank J. Byrne, Becoming Bourgeois: Merchant Culture in the South, 1820–1865, 84 N.C. Hist. Rev. 103 (2007) (book review).

J.D., Stanford Law School
M.Sc., London School of Economics
Economic History
M.Sc., London School of Economics
Theory and History of International Relations
B.A., University of North Carolina
Contact Information
Room 213-A, Law School
Areas of Expertise
Constitutional Law
First Amendment
Legal History