Tufts University (Sociology)
Georgetown Law Center (J.D.)
Hi. My name is Stacie. I have been practicing law as a trial attorney for more than 25 years and love to research and write. I love both creative writing - have written 2 novels, and am working on my third - as well as researching and learning about almost any subject.
I am married and have two children, a daughter in medical school and a son in college. My son is ADD and has learning disabilities. Over the years, I helped both learn to write. In particular, I spent many many hours helping my son brain storm and organize papers, proofread, how to conduct research and prepare reference pages, and helped him with public speaking projects.
I would love to help middle or high school students with research or writing projects, or law students with just about anything. I am easy to get along with and am extremely patient.
I have researched and written thousands of papers over the last 27 years, which have been filed in Court. I write to explain complicated subjects, to inform judges, and to persuade. I have to write in a clear and organized fashion and often under pressure. I publicly speak on a regular basis in Court when I argue motions, give opening statements and closing arguments to judges and juries, and argue my case to mediators and arbitrators. I have years of experience working with my son who had both learning disabilities and ADD. I also helped my daughter with college essays and papers when she asked for assistance over the years. I am kind and patient and love to help others.
I encourage you to give me a call and see if we are a good match for each other! Hi. My name is Stacie. I have been practicing law as a trial attorney for more than 25 years and love to research and write. I love both creative writing - have written 2 novels, and am working on my third - as well as researching and learning about almost any subject.
I am married and have two children, a daughter in medical school
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I have been a trial attorney for more than 25 years. I speak in court regularly, arguing to judges and juries. I regularly prepare oral arguments that are intended to explain, persuade and hold the attention of others. A key part of being an effective trial attorney is telling a compelling story in Court, which requires establishing rapport with the listener.