Britney Duke is a native of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, who practices in the areas of personal injury, criminal, and DWI defense.
In 2015, Britney earned her Bachelor degree in Marketing from Southeastern Louisiana University. She then continued her education at Southern University Law School, where she received her Juris Doctorate in 2018, magna cum laude, and graduated in the Top 5% of her class.
During Britney’s tenure at Southern University Law School, she received the CALI Award (highest grade in a class) for all three required Legal Writing courses; was appointed to serve as a Legal Writing Assistant to Professor Wendy Shea; and her article “Going Further than the Extra Mile” was featured in the spring 2018 “Public Defender” editorial.
In addition to her academic achievements, Britney was elected twice by her colleagues to the Student Bar Association, served as the Vice President of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and was privileged to represent indigent individuals in both misdemeanor and felony offenses in the school’s Criminal Law Clinic as a student attorney. In 2018, upon recommendation of a Louisiana District Court Judge, Britney was honored to be admitted into the American Inns of Court.
Prior to joining Beall & Thies, LLC., Britney served as a law clerk for both state and federal judges including Judge Elizabeth P. Wolfe, 21st Judicial District Judge and Judge Shelly Dick, United States District Court Judge for the Middle District of Louisiana. Britney then accepted a position as the law clerk to 21st Judicial District Attorney, Scott M. Perrilloux in 2017. During her last year of law school, she also clerked in the trial department of a large, Baton Rouge personal injury law firm.
Britney is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Baton Rouge Bar Association, and the 21st Judicial District Bar Association. When not practicing law, she enjoys spending time with her beloved fur-baby Saint, family and friends, traveling, and attending Healing Place Church.