H. Hube Dodd has represented clients in both federal and state courts in both criminal and civil matters. He has represented injured plaintiffs and served as lead trial counsel in a number of personal injury cases. The breadth of his experience and practices allowed him to provide each of The Dodd Law Firm’s clients with a global and unique perspective.
Mr. Dodd was awarded in law school, the Dean Thomas W. Christopher award for Lasting Contribution to the Law School, as well as the George Peach Taylor award for his role on the school’s Trial Advocacy competition team. Prior to this, he served as New Business Director for the New York advertising firm of Gold Communications.
After Law school, he began his career at Jaffe, Strickland & Drennan, where he rose from junior associate to become that firm’s Managing Partner in 2009. In 2010, he founded The Dodd Law Firm, where he puts his extensive trial experience to work for a select group of clients.
He was recognised in 2010 as one of Alabama’s rising stars by the Superlawyer’s Group and Business Alabama Magazine, an honor they repeated in 2011 and 2012. Also named by Birmingham Magazine as one of the region’s Top Criminal Defense Lawyers as well as one of its Rising Stars, in 2012, he is rated AV-preeminent by Martindale Hubbell, their highest peer review rating for both professional ability and ethical standards.
Mr. Dodd was one of the original 75 attorneys to be named to the Federal Northern District of Alabama’s CJA panel. He was invited to attended the prestigious Bryan R. Shechmeister Death Penalty College at Santa Clara University in California and frequently practices in the area of civil defense representing both corporate and municipal clients. He has represented numerous professionals, such as nurses, pharmacists and other lawyers in administrative hearings in front of various state licensing boards. Mr. Dodd is also one of the lawyers retained by the Policeman’s Benevolent Association to represent its members.
He recently co-authored a chapter in “Defending DUI Vehicular Homicide Cases”, a practitioner’s handbook published by Thompson West.
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