Courtney Duncil focuses her practice on discovery, and particularly electronic discovery. She has more than a decade of experience as a litigator and a discovery attorney working in both the public and private sectors.

Overview

Courtney has significant experience with discovery issues arising from complex litigation matters. She advises clients on the creation of defensible, cost-effective discovery strategies and protocols in the collection, review, and production of documents responsive to litigation. She also assists in identifying critical e-Discovery issues and laws impacting the outcome of litigation unique to each matter. She helps clients create discovery plans used for the entire life cycle of the litigation data management process from data collection to relevance review, privilege logs to production, and ultimately to data disposition. She has prepared discovery protocols for clients as national discovery counsel.

Courtney brings over 13 years of litigation experience preparing case management plans, arguing motions and trying bench and jury trials to help clients navigate the discovery process and guide matters to a successful resolution. She has directly managed in-house document review teams of up to 100 contract attorneys on a single matter. She has drafted discovery and security protocols to manage contract attorneys and outside counsel to facilitate the remote review of documents for production.

Before entering private practice, Courtney served as assistant district attorney prosecuting criminals for the Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Office. While pursuing her law degree at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law, she served as associate editor for the Law Review.

Notable

Notable

  • Elected Board Member, Park Place Homeowners Association
  • Volunteer, Heart Math Tutoring, 2020-present
  • Member, ASC’s Cultural Leadership Training (CLT) Program, 2021-2022

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Affiliations

Affiliations

  • Mecklenburg County Bar
  • Association Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS)

Education

J.D., University of the District of Columbia, 2005

B.A., Meredith College, 1999

Admissions

  • North Carolina
  • United States District Court Western District NC
  • United States Supreme Court
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