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J.H. Huebert is an award-winning writer, an award-winning attorney, and a law professor.

As a writer, Mr. Huebert's columns have appeared in various newspapers throughout the United States, as well as in academic and professional journals.

He is the recipient of two Felix Morley Awards in Journalism.

As an attorney, Mr. Huebert has been involved in litigation ranging from real estate matters to business disputes to the death penalty. He has briefed and orally argued issues successfully before the U.S. Court of Appeals.  He has conducted productive field investigations and witness interviews.  He is the recipient of The Distinguished Service Award, conferred upon him for three consecutive years (2006-2008) by The Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys.

As a law professor, Mr. Huebert teaches Jurisprudence and Advanced Appellate Advocacy at Ohio Northern University College of Law. He also teaches Appellate Advocacy at the Ohio State University College of Law. In addition, he is an Adjunct Faculty Member of The Ludwig von Mises Institute and a Fellow of The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions.

Before he began his law practice, Mr. Huebert earned his juris doctor at the University of Chicago Law School where he was a John M. Olin Student Fellow of Law & Economics.

During law school, he served as law clerk with the Institute for Justice, a public interest law firm, where he worked primarily on constitutional matters.

He also served then as law clerk extern to Judge John W. Darrah of the U. S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois.

While an economics major at Grove City College, he served two consecutive summers as research intern with the Foundation for Economic Education in New York.

Upon graduating from law school, Mr. Huebert served as law clerk to Judge Deborah L. Cook of the U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit.

Mr. Huebert's views have been solicited by the media, he has been interviewed on television and he has been quoted in various print publications.

In addition, he has lectured on academic as well as popular subject matter both in the United States and in Europe

Mr. Huebert's other interests include adventure travel.  He has explored indigenous archaeological sites in Guatemala, Mexico and South America.  He has climbed pyramids and volcanoes, including the highest peak in Central America, as well as Machu Picchu in Peru.  He has paddled along jungle waterways in a native dugout photographing everything in sight.  He has interviewed and photographed Garifuna in Guatemala, Muslims in Mexico, and tambourine belly dancers in Turkey, between shooting photos of Big Ben in London, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and castles in Spain.

He also enjoys racquetball, tennis, scuba diving, marksmanship and sport parachuting.

2008 J. H. Huebert