Cye m. Duley
I was born and raised in California and received a political science degree from the University of California, Davis after completing an internship at the Public Defender Service in the District of Columbia. Once my internship was complete, I remained in Washington D.C. and worked in the legal profession including a stint at the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, Maryland where I designed and implemented a system for handling all guardianship and adoption cases. I received my Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore School of Law and was the recipient of the American Academy of Matrimonial Award. In law school, I participated in the summer abroad program in Scotland and interned at the Office of the Maryland Attorney General. After law school, I clerked for the Chief Family Law Judge in Charge before moving to Mena, Arkansas. I am licensed to practice in Maryland and Arkansas. I have been qualified by the Supreme Court of Arkansas to accept appointments as an Attorney Ad Litem in disputed custody cases in domestic relations and probate divisions.