Deborah M. Huynh – Biography

deborah m huynhMs. Huynh was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She moved to North Carolina with her husband and has been a long time resident of Mebane, Alamance County, North Carolina for over 20 years.

Mrs. Huynh received her law degree from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill School of Law. She was a member of the Holderness Moot Court and a Note and Comment Editor of The North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation for the academic year 2001-2002.

Mrs. Huynh graduated Summa Cum Laude from Towson University, Towson, Maryland with an undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education. She maintained a 4.0 average. She taught daycare and preschool after graduation. After moving to North Carolina she worked as an early childhood specialist on an early intervention team centered in Caswell County, North Carolina. She was the first childcare counselor for Alamance Child Care Resource and Referral.

Deborah Huynh served on the board of directors of The Exchange Club’s Family Center in Alamance for many years. She recently received a Certificate of Appreciation from the National Exchange Club Foundation for her contribution to the cause of preventing child abuse.

When her children were small, Deborah Huynh was a La Leche League leader, teaching women how to breastfeed and about the benefits of breastfeeding to mother and baby. She conducted monthly breastfeeding support classes in Alamance County.

Ms. Huynh went to law school to help families and children. Her particular interest in issues related to the welfare of children has led her to Represent parents whose children have been removed for allegations of abuse, neglect or dependency.

Mrs. Huynh has resided in Mebane, North Carolina with her husband and three sons since 1986. She was a board member of The Exchange Club’s Family Center in Graham, North Carolina for many years. She was a volunteer attorney for the North Carolina Bar Association’s pro bono program Call 4 All. In past years she has assisted clients of the Women’s Resource Center of Alamance County by providing reduced fee consultations.

Mrs. Huynh was admitted to practice law in North Carolina in 2002.
She earned her Juris Doctor in 2002 at the University of North Carolina, School of Law Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, North Carolina Bar Association and the Alamance County Bar Association.