Webster Lee "Webb" Hubbell (born 1948), is an author, lecturer, consultant, advocate, and Arkansas lawyer who practiced law from 1974-1993 in Pulaski County. He has held executive level positions in government and industry including: U.S. Associate Attorney General, Chief Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, Mayor of Little Rock, Managing Partner of the second largest law firm in Arkansas, and Executive and Chief Counsel for a large Washington based Commercial Insurance Company. While he practiced law he was Mayor of Little Rock from 1979 until 1982, one of the nation's youngest mayors. He also served on Little Rock's City Board from 1978 to 1984. He was appointed by Bill Clinton as Chief Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court in 1984 at age 36. When Clinton became President of the United States, Hubbell was appointed as Associate Attorney General, which is the third highest ranking individual in the Justice Department. In 1997, he wrote an autobiography, Friends in High Places, and in May 2014 his first in a series of legal thrillers, When Men Betray, was published by Beaufort Books. In May 2015 he published book two of the Jack Patterson Thriller Series, Ginger Snaps.