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Katie Hubbard

Associate Attorney

Katie Hubbard is a trial lawyer representing people who have been harmed by negligent parties in complex personal injury cases. Over the last decade, Katie has litigated many different types of personal injury cases in Illinois, Missouri, and across the country. She has spent most of her career fighting for injured people and their families, obtaining numerous awards and settlements. Her compassion for her clients and desire for every person to have access to justice drives and inspires her love of trial practice.

Katie is actively involved in the American Association for Justice, a national organization of trial lawyers dedicated to promoting a fair and effective justice system. She is a speaker at legal seminars across the country, including AAJ’s Trial Advocacy College: Depositions.

From 2017 through the present, Katie has been named as “Top 40 Under 40” of civil plaintiff lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association. Katie received the 2020 Women’s Justice Litigation Practitioner Award from Missouri Lawyers Weekly. She was also named a “Leader of Tomorrow” by the Southwestern Madison County, Illinois Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, Women Lawyers’ Association of St. Louis, and the Illinois State Bar Association. Ms. Hubbard graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law and obtained her undergraduate degree from McKendree University where she played soccer and was the President of Student Government.

Katie is also a musician and released her first album, Slow Down, Child, in 2022. As an advocate for justice, Katie has worked extensively to serve the underrepresented and impoverished locally and abroad. She currently serves as President and Co-Founder of Mission 1:11, a non-profit organization dedicated to partnering with those in need to provide education, nutrition, healthcare, and spiritual encouragement, specifically in Haiti and the Philippines.