Inspired by the show “Matlock” at the young age of 4, Tracee Duthie pursued a career in law, which has culminated in her current role as an attorney with Van Law Firm in Las Vegas. Since 2018, she has specialized in general civil litigation, insurance defense litigation, additional insured litigation, construction defect litigation, personal injury law, slip and fall cases, medical malpractice, product liability and HOA super priority liens. In addition to delivering a successful brief to the Nevada Supreme Court, Ms. Duthie has tried cases before district and justice courts, as well as bench trials. Throughout her career, she has successfully settled multi-million dollar cases, and advocated in the defense and plaintiff arenas.
Prior to joining Van Law Firm, Ms. Duthie gained valuable experience as partner with Resnick & Louis, trial consulting for local firms and working as of counsel for Patti Sgro Lewis & Roger and Gazda & Tadayon. Between 2007 and 2012, she worked as an associate attorney for Cooksey Toolen Gage Duffy & Woog. In the early years of her career, Ms. Duthie served as an attorney for Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara and Selman Breitman LLP, and as a paralegal and law clerk for Ashby & Ranalli LLP.
Prior to her emergence as a paralegal, Ms. Duthie earned a Bachelor of Science in human resource management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2000. Three years later, she received a JD from the John Marshall Law School. For her professional accomplishments, she was listed among the 10 Best Attorneys for Client Satisfaction and 10 Best Attorneys in Nevada through the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys in 2019. In the coming years, Ms. Duthie intends to practice more plaintiff representation on large loss cases.
Ms. Duthie attributes her success to hard work, great education and massive amounts of dedication to the practice. Additionally, her mother is a CPA and the first in her family to go to college. Her mother Ruth made education a priority in her family. Ms. Duthie’s motto is to work to live, not live to work.