Lucie Hidlay Duvall is an antitrust and litigation associate in the Washington, D.C., office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Her practice focuses primarily on antitrust and consumer protection matters, including data privacy and security issues. She has a wide range of experience in regulatory and criminal investigations and related litigation, internal investigations, class action litigation, and compliance counseling. She also maintains an active pro bono practice, advising and defending individuals and nonprofit organizations in connection with immigration, record expungement, privacy, and election law matters.
Lucie has represented companies and individuals in connection with investigations and enforcement efforts by a number of governmental entities, including the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice. She has served clients across a diverse range of industries, including technology, electronics, real estate, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and government contracting.
"New York’s Enhanced Automatic Renewal Law Imposes Additional Disclosure Requirements on Business-to-Consumer Contracts," Kirkland Alert, February 4, 2021
“The Other Tech-Focused Initiative: The FTC’s Expanding Consumer Protection Efforts Targeting E-Commerce,” Antitrust, August 13, 2020
"Data Security Considerations for Businesses Allowing or Encouraging Employees to Work Remotely," Kirkland Alert, March 17, 2020
Memberships & Affiliations
Virginia State Bar Association
D.C. Bar Association
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2017District of Columbia
- University of Virginia School of LawJ.D.2016
Articles Editor, Journal of Law & Politics
Innocence Project Clinic
- University of VirginiaB.A., Global Development Studies and Foreign Affairswith Distinction2013