Matt McCubbins is an attorney in Louisville, Kentucky. Matt utilizes his experience, knowledge, and dedication to bring personalized solutions to his clients and their legal matters.
Matt McCubbins practices law in the areas of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death; Business Disputes; Criminal Defense and Traffic Violations; and Probate and Estates. While Matt predominately practices law in Jefferson County, he has represented clients in over 10 counties throughout Kentuckiana.
Throughout his career as an attorney in Louisville, Matt McCubbins has represented clients in settlements and trials in cases involving car wrecks, dog bites, slip and falls, assaults, semi truck wrecks, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, dangerous premises, defective products, property disputes, and breach of contract cases. Matt McCubbins has represented clients in felony, misdemeanor, and traffic ticket cases. And Matt McCubbins has represented executors, administrators, heirs, and beneficiaries in probate and estate administration.
Matt McCubbins received his J.D., cum laude, from Case Western Reserve University School of Law (2007) in Cleveland, Ohio, graduating in the top 15% of his law school class. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Bellarmine University (2000), where he was a member of the baseball team. Matt is an alumnus of St. Xavier High School (1996) in Louisville, Kentucky.
After graduating from law school, Matt served a one year term as the Law Clerk to a Commonwealth of Kentucky Circuit Court Judge, where he gained invaluable experience on the inner workings of trial practice and the judicial system.
Matt McCubbins is a member of The National Trial Lawyers Association and has been selected for inclusion in its list of the Top 40 under 40 Trial Lawyers in Kentucky.
Before becoming a lawyer, Matt McCubbins worked in marketing and branding in Chicago, Louisville, and New York. He served as an Associate Director of Pharmaceutical Brand Development for a global brand identity firm. Matt was an Assistant Product Manager for a pharmaceutical company. And Matt was a Senior Analyst in Corporate Sales Operations for a large, publicly traded health insurance company.
Matt McCubbins is the author of “Developments in Korean Corporate Governance: Progress toward 21st Century Standards in an Emerging Economic Powerhouse,” published in International Trade and Business Law Review, Volume 11, 2008 – an annual, peer-refereed law review. In part, this publication compared Korean corporate governance practices to those of large, publicly traded corporations in the United States.
Matt McCubbins is admitted to the practice of law in Kentucky and Indiana, and in the United States District Courts for the Western District of Kentucky and the Southern District of Indiana.
- Business Law
- Criminal Law
- Insurance Claims
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Personal Injury
- Traffic Tickets
- Car Accidents
- General Civil
- Sole Practitioner
- Matt McCubbins, Attorney-at-Law
- - Current
- Case Western Reserve University School of Law
- J.D. (2007)
- Honors: Cum Laude Graduate, Multiple Academic Honors including Dean's List Honors and Highest Class Grade Awards in Legal Research and Writing (2 Courses), ERISA, and Property II, Graduated in the Top 15% of the Class
- Bellarmine College
- B.A. (2000) | Economics
- Honors: Academic and Athletic Scholarship Recipient - Received the Morrison Family Trust Scholarship
- Activities: Member of the Baseball Team
- Top 40 under 40 in Kentucky
- The National Trial Lawyers Association
- Membership into The National Trial Lawyers Association: Top 40 under 40 is by invitation only and is extended exclusively to those individuals who exemplify superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership as a young lawyer under the age of 40. Selection is based on a thorough multi-phase process which includes peer nominations combined with third-party research. The result is a credible, comprehensive and impressive list of young attorneys chosen to represent their state. The Top 40 under 40 is restricted to only 40 attorneys per state per year and each attorney must be under the age of 40 as of January 1, 2012. Attorneys must also specialize in the areas of civil plaintiff or criminal defense law. Each candidate must also be in good standing with the state licensing board and must never have been subject to disciplinary action.
- Kentucky State Bar
- Indiana Bar Association
- Developments in Korean Corporate Governance: Progress toward 21st Century Standards in an Emerging Economic Powerhouse
- International Trade and Business Law Review, Vol XI - Routledge Cavendish, London