Jaime L. DuguayAssociate
Jaime L. Duguay focuses her practice on representing victims of all types of employment discrimination, including race, gender, age, and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, and whistleblower retaliation. Jaime also represents clients in wage and hour matters and represents individuals in contract negotiations, non-compete and non-solicitation agreement negotiations and disputes, and employment separation negotiations.
Jaime is a cum laude graduate of New York Law School. In law school, Jaime was a recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship, and served as a Research Assistant to Nadine Strossen, past President of the American Civil Liberties Union. Jaime also served as an intern in the New York State Attorney General’s Litigation Bureau. Jaime is also a 2002 graduate of Emory University, where she obtained a B.A. in History and Political Science.
Prior to joining Buckley & Klein, Jaime worked for a boutique labor and employment firm in New York City, representing both employees and management in employment litigation and disputes. Jaime also worked for an Atlanta-based law firm counseling management on employment law issues and defending employers in federal and state courts.
Jaime is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Atlanta Bar Association, and the New York City and State Bar Associations. She is admitted to practice law in New York and Georgia.
Jaime and her husband, Sriki, live in Midtown with their huge dog, Swarley, 7 fish, and a few snails. In her spare time, Jaime enjoys cooking and entertaining, exercising, spending time with friends, and taking Swarley to the Piedmont Park dog park.