In an article entitled Jurisdiction and Its Effects, I argued that jurisdiction has inherent descriptive meaning but mutable effects. In response, Professor John Preis challenges my framework on a number of grounds and offers his own presumption-based approach. In this reply, I defend my original framework and register my own skepticism of his alternative approach.
William & Mary Law Review Online: Vol. 59
, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/wmlronline/vol59/iss1/4