Paul Hubbell


Paul Hubbell earned his undergraduate degree with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Rhodes College. While there, he was a varsity letterman on the Football team and also the Captain of Rhodes College’s prestigious Mock Trial team. On the Mock Trial Team, Paul earned the distinction of ‘All-American’ while leading Rhodes past roughly 650 different teams to a National Runner-Up and National Third Place finish in 2013 and 2014, respectfully.

He went on to continue his studies at the South Texas College of Law, earning his Juris Doctorate in 2018 as a Dean’s Merit Scholar. During his time at South Texas, Paul competed on various moot court and mock trial teams, winning multiple awards for his advocacy. At the end of his law school career, Paul was awarded with the Dean’s Outstanding Advocate Award for the Class of 2018 and was inducted into the national honors society for courtroom advocacy, the Order of the Barristers. During law school, Paul also coached the University of St. Thomas Mock Trial Team improving their national power ranking from 298th to 98th. Today, Paul continues to coach at St. Thomas and serves as an Ad Junct Professor of Political Science.

Before joining our firm, Paul worked as a criminal defense attorney gaining important real-life courtroom skills. Paul is excited to represent those who cannot speak for themselves in the court of law. Paul now focuses his practice on toxic torts and product liability cases. He has a particular interest in providing comprehensive representation for mesothelioma victims who have suffered asbestos exposure at work, home, or otherwise.

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