Dabny graduated from Clemson University in 2003 with a BS in Psychology. After graduating Clemson, Dabny entered law school at the Charleston School of Law where she was part of the school’s first graduating class in 2007. While at the Charleston School of Law, Dabny was Managing Editor of the Charleston Law Review. She was Associate Justice of the Founders Competition, Regent University National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition Chair, Regent University National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition Champion, and ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition Chair. She was also a Teaching Fellow, Legal Research and Writing.
After receiving her JD, Dabny worked at the South Carolina Court of Appeals, then entered private practice in 2009 with a focus on construction litigation. Dabny joined the Lucey Law Firm in 2012 and handles a variety of cases from complex litigation to construction defect cases.
Construction litigation, class actions, insurance, appeals, multi-district litigation
Admitted to Practice
State of South Carolina (2009)
U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina (2012)
Clemson University, BA in Psychology, Cum Laude (2003)
Charleston School of Law, JD (2007)
American Bar Association
South Carolina Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Charleston County Bar Association
South Carolina Young Lawyers Association
Public Justice Foundation
Community Associations Institute