Nancy Duhon grew up in the heart of Cajun country in Lafayette, Louisiana. She moved to Washington, DC to attended Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and eventually became the office administrator for a small law firm there. After working for that firm for four years, she next moved to her current home in Atlanta, Georgia to attend Emory University School of Law. Ms. Duhon has been admitted to practice in Georgia and Louisiana since 1996.
While still a law school student, Ms. Duhon began a technology consulting company which provides assistance to law firms and other businesses throughout the United States. She is a Master Certified Consultant for Timeslips, and from 1997 – 2016 was a Certifed Consultant for Amicus Attorney. She also provides training and consulting on using PDFs in a digital office workflow. She has been a regular CLE presenter at the Georgia Bar Annual Meeting, Atlanta and Georgia CLE events and the annual ABA TechShow.
Ms. Duhon strives to bridge the gap between what is technically possible, and what lawyers need to know how to do in order to function in an increasingly digital workplace. She particularly enjoys focusing her more than 20 years of experience on the needs of small to mid-size law firms that typically do not have an in-house IT department.