Zana Dupee, Attorney at Law
Florida Bar Board Certified ‐ Real Estate Law

Phone: (352) 235-9450

Zana Dupee is an attorney who has served as an adjunct legal writing professor in Gainesville, Florida. Mrs. Dupee specializes in real estate -- both contracting and litigation. She also offers other general legal services, such as probate, wills, and litigation in the north central Florida area.  

Mrs. Dupee has experience in real estate transactions and litigation, corporate law, and probate law. Her current cases focus on real estate disputes, business disputes, probate disputes, and family law litigation.

As an attorney, Mrs. Dupee has earned a reputation as a woman of integrity and conviction. Always one to "call things the way they are," her straight-forward approach and hard work on real estate transactions, wills, and litigation contributes to the satisfaction of her clients.

Those who have worked with Mrs. Dupee, whether as an attorney, a teacher, or through her many other community involvements, know her as someone who tries to do her best.

  • University: University of Florida (B.A., Political Science, 1990)
  • Law School: University of Florida Law School (J.D., with honors, 1995); Associate Research Editor & Open Writing Committee Member, Florida Law Review; Council of Ten Tutor.
  • Clerkship: Magistrate Judge Bartunek at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio (1995-96)
  • Memberships: The Florida Bar; Trial Lawyers, Family Law, and Real Property Probate and Trust Law Sections of The Florida Bar; Gainesville-Alachua County Assoc. of Realtors.
  • Florida Bar Board Certification: Real Estate
  • Past President, Past Vice President, and Past Secretary of the North Florida Area Real Estate Attorneys' Association
  • Past Chair of the Alachua County Affordable Housing Task Force
  • Teaching Experience: Appellate Advocacy, University of Florida Levin College of Law
  • Justice Teaching Volunteer: Hawthorne High School