Joe Hubbard, a native of Montgomery, is another new associate with the firm. Joe graduated with honors from Huntingdon College with a major in Cultural and Religious Studies. He then attended Cumberland School of Law, where he studied federal practice and procedure and civil rights law. While at Cumberland, Joe served as the Articles Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, and as the Chair of the Cordell Hull Speakers Forum. He was also selected as an Abraham Caruthers Fellow and served on the Henry Upson Sims Moot Court Board. After graduating from Cumberland, Joe served as law clerk to Justice Champ Lyons on the Alabama Supreme Court.
Joe began his legal career in Montgomery with the firm of Webb & Eley, where he represented many of Alabama’s County Sheriffs, County Commissioners, and County officials in civil rights litigation. In June of 2008, he joined our firm as an associate in the firm’s Toxic Torts Section. Joe will be focusing much of his time, initially, on the developing Multi-District Litigation over “hot fuel.” This is a very important segment of the section’s work at present.
Joe has been appointed to several committees for the Alabama State Bar, including the ALA Referral Committee and the Spanish-Speaking Lawyers Committee. He has been active in the Young Lawyers Section of the Montgomery County Bar Association. Joe is also a member of the Hugh Maddox chapter of the American Inns of Court. Joe lives in Montgomery with his wife, Ashley and they are awaiting the birth of their first son, Hill. Joe and Ashley are active members of the Church of the Ascension, where they are involved in various lay ministries. In addition, both Joe and Ashley are involved in numerous community organizations. We are pleased to announce Joe’s association with the firm.
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