Stacy has been practicing for the last 35 years at a boutique law firm concentrating her practice on collection and recovery matters for lending institutions throughout the State of Louisiana. Stacy received the Katherine and Camille Gravel Scholarship and was a student assistant to Professor William Crawford while attending law school. Since 1987 her law practice has an emphasis in foreclosures, security devices and protecting creditors' rights in bankruptcies. She became a member of the Registry Committee of the Louisiana Law Institute in December 2000. She has been an Assistant Examiner for Louisiana Bar Admissions since 2005, was elevated to First Assistant Examiner for the Business Entities section in April 2017 and was appointed in April 2019 by the Supreme Court of Louisiana to the Committee on Bar Admissions to be the Examiner for Code III for a five-year term. She has been a guest lecturer for Professor William Crawford’s Civil Procedure class at Paul M. Hebert Law Center regarding Louisiana foreclosures and for the Law Office Practice class at Paul M. Hebert Law Center regarding the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. She is a member of the Bankruptcy Working Group in the Lafayette Division of the Western District Bankruptcy Court and was a speaker at the Annual Bankruptcy Law Seminar. She is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Eastern, Western, and Middle Districts of Louisiana and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
B.A. in Political Science from Vanderbilt University in 1984
Juris Doctor from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 1987