Dubs enjoys collaborative and trial work with a focus on personal injury, elder law, and family law. Dubs is admitted to practice before Washington courts as well as the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington. Dubs grew up in Mukilteo and graduated from Mariner High School. He attended Whitman College for a liberal arts education including theater, Spanish, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. He attended the Willamette University School of Law for his first year of law school and transferred to the University of Washington School of Law where he graduated in 2001. Dubs began his legal career clerking for land use hearing examiners and counseling non-profit corporations. Soon, he entered a busy personal injury practice in Everett. Then, he accepted a Special Assistant City Attorney position as land use code enforcer for the City of Seattle. Later, he litigated family law cases for Dubuar, Lirhus & Engel, LLP, in Seattle. In 2005, Dubs came to Everett to practice with Newton Kight L.L.P. Then, he briefly focused on family law litigation at Shipman Uberti PS. Finally, Dubs opened his own solo practice in his hometown of Mukilteo, Washington. Dubs has served the public in many capacities. Dubs served on the Red Cross of Snohomish County Board of Directors, and acted as a Washington State Bar Association Trustee on the Young Lawyers Division Board of Trustees for the Snohomish District, and as Chair and Liaison to the YMCA Mock Trial Program since 2005. Dubs also coached the Archbishop Murphy Mock Trial Teams. He was Co-chair of the King County Bar Association Professionalism Committee and Coordinator of the Councils of Law. He is currently a member of: the Snohomish County Bar Association, the Washington State Association for Justice, and the Washington State Bar Association Real Property and Probate Section; and serves as Trustee on the Board of Trustees for the SCBA. Dubs served as the 2005 Chair of the Washington State Bar Association Trial Advocacy Program Planning Committee and the 2004/2005 Vice-Chair of the Washington State Bar Association, Young Lawyer's Division, Membership Committee. Dubs was identified as a "Rising Star" in Super Lawyers Magazine in 2006. He utilized his fluency in Spanish for two years with the King County Bar Association, Spanish Legal Services Clinic. Dubs has a black belt in mixed martial arts and enjoys hiking and mountain biking.