Stacey is a process driven Wills and Estates lawyer with a checklist for everything. Stacey has been in the legal industry since 2015 and joined Snedden Hall & Gallop’s Wills and Estates team in 2022.
Over the years, Stacey has developed a systematic approach to her legal practice to ensure positive outcomes are reached in a timely fashion and her clients are kept informed at every stage of their matters with her. Stacey strives to make difficult conversations easier with her involvement, knowledge and expertise. Stacey’s focus is on creating meaningful relationships with her clients to best understand their goals, needs, and concerns which allows her to build comprehensive estate plans that will uphold her clients’ wishes and stand the test of time.
Stacey also has a particular interest in litigation and advocating for those who cannot speak for themselves, whether that be for guardianship or contested estate matters.
Stacey started her volunteer work with the University of Canberra’s Women Lawyers Mentor Program pairing university students with qualified lawyers to create networking and mentorship opportunities as well as championing Canberra’s brilliant female identifying lawyers through panel events. Stacey has continued her volunteer work after her university days and was appointed as Chair of the ACT Women Lawyers Association’s Marketing and Communications sub-committee in 2021.
Stacey obtained her Bachelor of Laws at University of Canberra and her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice with College of Law. Stacey is a fluent French speaker having spent her childhood in Switzerland.
Outside of work, you’ll find Stacey trying out new recipes she found online, before catching up on some TV with her partner and their two miniature dachshunds, Hammer and Noodle.