Elizabeth Hubbart, Esq.
Of Counsel Attorney
Practicing since 1996, Ms. Hubbart chose public interest law over private practice after volunteering at Dade Legal Aid. As a staff attorney she handled housing and benefits cases and the guardianship department representing hundreds of legal guardians of low-income incapacitated individuals. Ms. Hubbart graduated from the University of Miami School of Law, cum laude, authored two articles published in legal journals: “When Worlds Collide: The Intersection of Insurance and Motion Pictures” published in the University of Connecticut Insurance Law Journal and “Inverse Condemnation and America’s Decaying Infrastructure,” published by the Florida Bar Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section. Ms. Hubbart is a recipient of the Dade County Bar Association’s Robert L. Shevin Public Service Award and awards from the DCBA Probate and Guardianship Committee, as well as the Guardian Angel Award from the South Florida Guardianship Association (2007). She chaired a Florida Bar Grievance Committee (2004), served on the Government Lawyers Committee of the Florida Bar and served on the DCBA Probate and Guardianship Committee.