Holly Stubbs is an associate at Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann and is known for providing clients with fresh perspectives and creative solutions. She represents clients on a broad range of commercial disputes. She provides legal advice, composes memos, and conducts research. She is currently admitted to practice law in Texas and New York.
Prior to joining the firm, Holly clerked first for the Honorable Michael J. Seng of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, and then for the Honorable Micaela Alvarez on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Immediately after law school Holly worked as a human rights advocate and lawyer and was a founding member of the Human Rights Methodology Lab, a collaboration between New York University School of Law, Columbia Law School, and Human Rights Watch that developed innovative methods for collecting evidence for large-scale social rights projects.
Holly earned her law degree from Columbia Law School. During that time, she was a legal intern in South Africa, Myanmar, and New York. Holly was also a research assistant to Professor Sarah Knuckey, an articles editor for the Columbia Human Rights Law Review, and Constitutional Law Teacher for High School Law Institute. She also has a bachelor of arts degree from the College of Idaho in International Political Economy and History.
- Term law clerk, The Honorable Michael J. Seng, United States District Court for the Eastern District of California
- Term law clerk, The Honorable Micaela Alvarez, United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
- New York
- College of Idaho, B.A., International Political Economy and History, summa cum laude
- Columbia University, Columbia Law School, J.D., Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
- David W. Leebron Human Rights Fellow, Lowenstein Fellow