Elizabeth (Liz) Hubertz

Lecturer in Law; Clinic Attorney, Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic


BA Wheaton College – 1986
MA Northwestern University – 1988
JD University of Virginia School of Law – 1991 

Phone / Email

Phone: (314) 935-8760
E-mail: ejhubertz@wulaw.wustl.edu 


Anheuser-Busch Hall, Room 123


TBD - (314) 935-6426

Courses Taught

Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic 


Elizabeth Hubertz is a Lecturer in Law and a Clinic Attorney for the law school’s Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic. Member of the Illinois and Missouri Bars, she is an accomplished litigator, teaching and supervising law and engineering students to handle environmental cases. She also holds the title of Adjunct Professor, teaching a pretrial practice and procedure course. The past recipient of the Pro Bono Lawyer Award from the National Law Journal, Hubertz is a former EEOC Senior Trial Attorney with experience in employment discrimination, structural injunctions, and class actions. In addition to her teaching and administrative duties, she is a prolific speaker and panelist at conferences and workshops focusing on clinical legal education, environmental justice, and sexuality and the law. Prior to joining the law school, she practiced law with Schlichter, Bogard & Denton, a St. Louis law firm, litigating ERISA class-action cases; Robinson, Curley & Clayton, a Chicago firm, working on commercial and Title VII litigation; and several law firms in Birmingham, Alabama, handling civil rights and employment discrimination cases. She also clerked with the U.S. District Court in Montgomery, Alabama upon graduating from law school. 

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