Nobody should be marginalized in this world, which is why I became a lawyer. To give everyone a path forward.
Stacey’s litigation experience is multifaceted and extensive. With more than a decade of trial experience, she focuses on federal and state criminal law, white-collar defense, civil rights, and the collegiate disciplinary process, including Title IX investigations. Stacey also maintains a versatile and active employment law practice.
Stacey’s employment practice covers federal and state courts, as well as matters in the Maine Human Rights Commission. She passionately represents individuals who have suffered discriminatory discipline and termination measures, retaliation, harassment, medical leave violations, failures to accommodate, and other employment actions. In addition, Stacey provides counsel on human resource matters to corporations large and small, including drafting employee handbooks, hiring determinations, separation and termination, compensation and employee benefits, and wage and hour issues.
As a former federal prosecutor in the District of Maine, Stacey brings the valuable and unique perspective of understanding the legal process from the opposing side. Prior to being a federal prosecutor, Stacey was a defense attorney in Vermont. She is strongly suited to represent people faced with federal or state criminal investigations or charges.
Stacey also handles collegiate disciplinary matters, contract negotiations, and other civil disputes. Underscoring everything she does is a true appreciation that her clients’ whole lives are affected by the work she does. Stacey joined Murray Plumb & Murray in 2013. Her talent, willingness to tackle difficult matters, and courage to challenge conventional wisdom on behalf of clients elevated her to partner in 2017.
Stacey serves on the Board of the Maine Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. She has also served as an adjunct professor at the University of New England. She’s a member of the Maine Employment Lawyers Association, the National Employment Lawyers’ Association, the Edward Gignoux Inn of Court, and the Federal, Maine, American, and Cumberland County Bar Associations. Stacey lives in Scarborough with her husband, three small children, dog, and chickens.
- Cornell Law School 2005. J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Law Review
- James Madison University, magna cum laude w/ distinction, B.A.
- Hon. Peter W. Hall, Second Circuit Court of Appeals
- Justice John A. Dooley, Vermont Supreme Court
Bar & Court Admission
- U.S. District Court of Maine
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit