Stacey practices administrative law with a focus on professional regulation. She acts as independent counsel, general counsel, and prosecuting counsel for professional regulators.
Stacey grew up in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where she completed her undergraduate degrees and law school at the University of Saskatchewan. Her life before law school was very involved in the performing arts scene. She continued that interest by serving on boards related to the arts.
Prior to joining Shores Jardine LLP in 2021, Stacey worked in-house at the Law Society of Saskatchewan, conducting investigations related to professional misconduct and working on policy initiatives related to firm regulation and cloud computing. She also developed the Annotated Code of Professional Conduct for Saskatchewan that was released in early 2021.
Stacey was also a regular lecturer in the professional responsibility class at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law. She also regularly presented at the bar admission course and CBA events on the topic of professional regulators in the practice of law and civility in the legal profession.
- 2021 – Present Member, Health Law Section, CBA Alberta North
- 2021 – Present Member, Administrative Law Section, CBA Alberta North
- 2020 – Mental Health First Aid Certified
- 2019 – Mediation training from the ADR Institute of Canada
- 2019 – Positive Workspace training from UR Pride
- 2017 – Board Member for Regina Roller Derby League
- 2015-2016 – Board Member of the Saskatoon Opera Association
- 2015 – Member of the Collaborative Lawyers of Saskatchewan
- 2014-2015 – Board Member of the Saskatoon Roller Derby League
- 2013 – Member of the Canadian Bar Association
- James M. Stevenson Scholarship – Law Entrance Scholarship
- Canadian Federation of University Women of Saskatoon Scholarship;
- Frances Cumming Scholarship in Voice
- Alumni Entrance Scholarship
Education & Call to the Bar
- 2021 – Admitted to the Law Society of Alberta
- 2013 – Admitted to the Law Society of Saskatchewan
- 2012 – JD – University of Saskatchewan
- 2007 – B Mus (with Great Distinction) – University of Saskatchewan
- 2007 – BA (with Great Distinction) – University of Saskatchewan
In Her Own Words
I enjoy what I do because I feel connected to my community and how it functions. Every member of the public regularly uses professional services. Professional regulation strikes a necessary balance between ensuring professionals have the ethics and skills to provide services and ensuring the public is protected.
Away From the Office
Outside of work, Stacey is a trivia fiend, an escape room zealot, a board game enthusiast, a karaoke diva, and a dabbler in crafts of all kinds.
Meet the Team
William (Bill) W. Shores, Q.C.
David N. Jardine
Craig D. Boyer
Gwendolyn J. Stewart-Palmer, Q.C.
Paula D. Hale
Annabritt N. Chisholm
M. Joseph Redman