Richard H. Hubbard

Teaching Lecturer

BA, Plymouth State University ; JD, George Mason University School of Law

Office: Hyde Hall 330
Phone: (603) 535-2438

Fall office hours: Monday 5pm – 5:30pm
or by appointment

About Professor Hubbard

Atty. Richard H. Hubbard joins the Criminal Justice Department in Fall 2016. He has been a member of the New Hampshire Bar for thirty-five years. His practice has included a concentration in federal criminal defense as a member of the Criminal Justice Act ( ‘CJA’ ) panel in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire. He is a past Co-Chair of the ‘Criminal Justice’ Section of the New Hampshire Bar.

He is a graduate of Plymouth State College. As a senior, he received the ‘Paul E. Arold Award’ for ‘outstanding performance both on the athletic field and in the classroom’. He received his Juris Doctorate degree ( J.D. ) from the George Mason University School of Law. His professional career includes employment with the Legal Counsel Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

Atty. Hubbard has been teaching at the undergraduate level in New Hampshire and Massachusetts for the past six years. The courses he has taught include ‘Criminal Law’, ‘Criminal Procedure’, ‘Criminology’, ‘Criminal Justice Ethics’, ‘Juvenile Delinquency’, and ‘White Collar Crime’.

He has been an invited presenter at annual meetings of the ‘American Society of Criminology’, the ‘Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’, and Virginia State University’s ‘Disproportionate Minority Contact Annual Conference.’ His peer-reviewed publications include ‘Criminal History That Repeats…and Punishes…Severely: How Career Drug Offenders Relive their Past under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines”, Critical Issues in Justice and Politics, Southern Utah University, June 2009.

Courses Taught:

  • CJDI 1020   The Individual & The Law