David Lee Hubbard

Since 1998, Mr. Hubbard performed every job and function at a law firm. He was an employee of Waldrep Stewart & Kendrick, LLC, for 13 years where he worked in various capacities while attending the Birmingham School of Law, where he also served as Chaplain of the Sigma Delta Kappa, Legal Honor Society. Upon being licensed by the State of Alabama in 2009, he represented clients in a wide range of legal areas including, but not limited to, Municipal Law, Municipal Prosecutions, Probate, Landlord-Tenant, and Civil Litigation (Defense). Since 2009, he has been an active trial lawyer, handling various cases involving personal injury, criminal defense, and domestic relations, and in 2011 he formed Hubbard Law Firm, LLC where he could focus on developing primarily in the practice areas of Civil Litigation (Plaintiff), Domestic and Criminal law. Mr. Hubbard is married to the love of his life, Vivian (Melko) and they have three children together, Mirella, Juliana, and Isabella.


Mr. Hubbard is a 2001 graduate of the University of Alabama in Birmingham, where he also lettered in football. In 2008, he earned his J.D. degree from the Birmingham School of Law.

Bar Admissions

State of Alabama; United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama; United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Alabama

Professional Associations/Memberships

American Bar Association; Alabama State Bar; Birmingham Bar Association; Sigma Delta Kappa, Legal Honors Society (Chaplain 2008-2009)

Notable Trial Court Cases and Reported Appellate Cases

State Court Cases and Appeals

Appeal No.: 2110332 Seven Thousand One Hundred Seventy Dollars in U.S. Currency, seized from Gardner Carlisle v. State of Alabama, ex rel, Tim Morgan et al. (Appeal from Madison Circuit Court: CV-08-900193) (Attorney Hubbard appealed the unfavorable trial court ruling and persuaded the Appellate Court to reverse and remand an adverse decision in an ancillary criminal forfeiture proceeding involving $7,170.00 in United States Currency seized from Gardner F. Carlisle) Decision In Appeal No.: 2110332

Recent Highlights

Negotiated and obtained a five-figure settlement for client against a mega store chain for employment discrimination based on Religion, Ethnicity, or Country of Origin. Negotiated and obtained a six-figure settlement for client against a corporation for various torts. Negotiated and obtained a five-figure settlement for client against restaurant for injuries sustained in slip and fall. Negotiated and obtained a five-figure settlement for client against City/County for injuries sustained during arrest. Obtained acquittals for clients in three “A2″ D.U.I. cases following trials on the merit.