Duci first joined YAD (Roxbury Office) in 2005 where she represented juveniles in delinquency and youthful offender matters in the Dorchester, West Roxbury, and Boston Juvenile Courts. From 2010-2011, while on a leave of absence from YAD, Duci worked as a staff attorney at Suffolk University School of Law’s Juvenile Justice Center (JJC). As a staff attorney with the JJC, Duci supervised law students representing juveniles in the Boston Juvenile Court, assisted in the teaching of the Juvenile Defender Clinical Class, and maintained a small caseload of juvenile delinquency and youthful offender cases.


In 2008, Duci was selected as one of fifteen lawyers by the Boston Bar Association to participate in its 2008-2009 Public Interest Leadership Program, a program designed for lawyers who have demonstrated leadership in public service, pro bono and organized bar activities. Duci has participated in numerous CPCS and MCLE trainings as a panelist lecturing in the areas of arraignment/bail, alternatives to detention, and probation. Duci earned her B.S. in Rehabilitation and Human Services from Boston University and her J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law.