Diane Nordbye, Esq.
Diane Nordbye, Esq. is a Partner at Shapiro Law Group, PC.
Diane Nordbye received her Juris Doctorate from Georgia State University as a Scholar with Pro Bono Highest Distinction. During her time there, she was the Associate Legislative Editor of the Georgia State Law Review, clerked for Justice Benham of the Supreme Court of Georgia, and also served as the Legal Assistant to the Prosecutor General of South Korea.
Following law school, she moved to Cambridge, MA and completed a Master of Theology Studies from Harvard Divinity School. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Wheaton College in Communications with a Pre-Law Studies Certificate. Since completing her JD, she has been admitted to the State Bars of Massachusetts, Georgia and New York, and worked as in-house counsel in Cambridge, MA before joining the Shapiro Law Group, PC.
When not practicing, Diane has a myriad of hobbies that include reading, piano playing, and if she manages to find the time, the New York Times crossword puzzle. She enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and husband, Erik, in Cambridge, MA. Diane also is fluent in Korean.
An SLG Core Value: Personal Touch
“Owning my own business and being an attorney is actually my passion, as I absolutely love what I do. The most important thing that I always tell all of our clients is that all of our attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC take every case on a very personal level, and that we really feel and understand what our clients are going through, as we believe in every case that we take. We are a small firm, which gives us a great opportunity to give personal attention, support, and compassion to all our clients. Our goal is to advise and help our clients for life.”