Clinton J. Hubbell is a native of the Pacific Northwest, and a graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle. He attended the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law where he received a book award and was a member and officer of the Moot Court Board of Advocates. He was a member of the three-person team who became national champions at the 2008 National McGee Civil Rights Moot Court Competition, and was named first place advocate overall. In 2008 he was admitted to the Order of the Barristers.
Clint is a past member of the State Bar of Michigan Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law (2010 – 2015). He is a frequent speaker and volunteer moot court coach at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. He also serves as pro bono defense counsel in adversary proceedings brought against indigent debtors in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. He is currently serving on the Access to Bankruptcy Court‘s panel of attorneys representing indigent debtors.
Clint’s article, “An Overview of Veteran’s Benefits and Family Support Obligations in Michigan,” was published in the Adelphia Law Journal, Volume 17, 2010-2011. In in People v. Davis, Clint argued in front of the Michigan Supreme Court that juvenile “non-shooters” should not be eligible to receive the sentence of “life without the possibility of parole.”
Clint is proud that HubbellDuVall PLLC was selected by the State Bar of Michigan to the 2015 Pro Bono Circle of Excellence for a second consecutive year, recognizing the firm’s ongoing work for justice for the most vulnerable people in our society, including children and the economically disadvantaged. Clint is a State Bar of Michigan major award nominee and was named a “Rising Star” in the 2014 and 2015 editions of Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine. Clint was also recognized as a “Rising Star” in the September 2015 edition of Hour Detroit Magazine.