Michelle Hubbard is a private criminal defense attorney who provides aggressive, dedicated, and most importantly, compassionate representation to clients accused of felonies and misdemeanors.
Attorney Hubbard is a member of high profile criminal defense teams, and owner of a Boston-based private criminal defense firm with a record of outstanding results, including repeated dismissals, in trial courts across Massachusetts.
Michelle Hubbard was awarded her Juris Doctor degree with Honors. As a law student, she was the recipient of the Excellence for the Future Award. Michelle Hubbard completed her final year of law school, before graduating from FCSL, as a visiting student in Washington, DC at Georgetown Law.
Before becoming an attorney, Michelle Hubbard earned her Master's Degree in International Relations with Honors. Michelle Hubbard also received her Bachelor's Degree, Summa Cum Laude, in International Relations and a minor in Political Science from Syracuse University.
Michelle Hubbard contributed to murder, sexual assault, child protection, and other criminal cases as a former employee of the Massachusetts Middle District Attorney's Office. Before this, as a student prosecutor, Attorney Hubbard gained experience in criminal court early in her career. Attorney Hubbard worked with entertainers and athletes in television, radio, film, and sports matters, by negotiating business deals while living in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Attorney Hubbard returned to Boston to join high criminal defense teams and to open a private criminal defense firm in downtown Boston.
Michelle Hubbard was an intern for United States Senator Edward "Ted" Kennedy. During graduate school, Michelle Hubbard conducted ethnographic research for refugee centers, served as a spokesperson for product lines, ran marathons, and taught computer courses to new Americans.
Attorney Hubbard has had over 500 dismissed criminal charges. She speaks directly to clients by cell phone anytime they have questions. And most importantly, she treats her clients with respect, and compassion they deserve.