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Meet Attorney Lindsay Hubbell

Brought up in a small town, Lindsay received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations at the University of Texas. She subsequently moved to Fort Worth to attend Texas Wesleyan University for her JD program.  Lindsay’s approach to family law is both empathetic and practical.

Lindsay beautifully articulates her approach: “You are so much more than this difficult season in your life. It can be easy to lose sight of yourself in the middle of a divorce.  My job is to walk alongside you during your divorce so that so can not only survive you divorce but thrive after it. Your divorce is a book end in your life, not an ending.”

As an attorney, Lindsay values serving as a counselor at law. Lindsay was licensed in Texas in 2009 and started her practice in Criminal and Family Law. Lindsay recently returned to practice after taking a few years off to stay home with her small children, Ashley and Nicholas.

Lindsay applies her experiences as an attorney and a community volunteer to design and execute strategies to meet the community building, fundraising and communication goals of the Fort Worth Country Day Alumni Association. Lindsay is a member of the Junior League of Fort Worth, formerly serving on the Steering Committee for Christmas in Cowtown.  Lindsay also previously served as a Director on the Board of Texas Center for Arts and Academics.

Areas of Practice

  • Family Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Entity Formation
  • Criminal Law

 Education

  • Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Fort Worth, Texas –Juris Doctorate, May 2009
    • Board of Trial Advocates- Executive Board, Membership Director.
    • ABA Representation in Mediation Regional Competition 2008 & 2009- 3rd & 4th place
    • Student Bar Association- Barrister’s Ball Chair: Organized the annual Barrister’s Ball
  • The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas – Bachelor of Science; Public Relations, May 2006

Professional History

Community Volunteer, January 2012-July 2019

  • Provided leadership to guidance as a Board Member at Texas Center for Arts and Academics, the over-arching non-profit organization that governs Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts (FWAFA), Texas Boys Choir and Texas School of the Arts (TeSA).
    • Chaired the Resource Development Committee, which is responsible for working the staff, host committee and Board members in order to put on the annual Gala.
  • Served on the Christmas in Cowtown committee for 4 years.
  • Coordinated and managed Junior League volunteers for Fort Worth Teen Court
  • Served on the Christmas in Cowtown Steering Committee. Managed a team of 5 women and additional volunteers to build and host 237 merchants in 2 merchant lounges for 7 days of move in and market. Responsible for providing food and refreshments for an estimated 400+ people for 6 days.

Attorney, December 2009 – December 2012

  • Solely responsible for the firm’s criminal practice, including representation of indigent defendants as an approved attorney of the Office of Attorney Appointments.
  • In combination with experience from previous firms, aided in 17 jury trials (sitting 2nd chair in the majority of those cases), 16 of 17 going to verdict. Provided trial support for trial cases to the late Jim Shaw.
  • Managed misdemeanor and felony cases on a daily basis.
  • Managed numerous cases involving criminal defense, civil litigation, personal injury and family law, including trying both felonies and misdemeanors.
  • Was given the honor of attending the Texas Criminal Trial College in March of 2011.
  • Managed numerous civil cases and criminal cases, from initial engagement through trial.
  • Argued two summary judgment motions

 Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2009

Recognition/Awards

  • Board of Trial Advocates- Executive Board, Membership Director
  • ABA Representation in Mediation Regional Competition 2008 & 2009- 3rd & 4th place
  • Voted 2012 Top Attorney by peers (Fort Worth Magazine)
  • Selected to attend the Texas Criminal Trial College, one of the largest and most prestigious criminal justice programs in the country – March 2011

 Community Service & Community Associations

  • Board Member at Texas Center for Arts and Academics
  • Chair of the Resource Development Committee at Texas Center for Arts and Academics
  • Coordinator and Manager of Junior League volunteers for Fort Worth Teen Court
  • Member of the Christmas in Cowtown Steering Committee

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