- Lacy is a proud graduate of Washington University School of Law.
- Lacy is a former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Missouri.
- She was the first newly-graduated attorney to be placed in the Attorney General’s prestigious Public Safety Division.
- From 2007 until 2009 she was a prosecutor covering a variety of cases across the state. During this time she appeared in more than 30 counties and handled cases ranging from simple stealing to workers’ compensation fraud to first degree murder.
- From 2009 until 2010 she worked within the workers’ compensation system handling cases against the “Second Injury Fund.”
- Lacy left the Attorney General’s office and launched her own law practice because she believed that her knowledge of “the other side” would be invaluable to her clients.
- Lacy’s experience in work comp fraud and “non-compliance” (failure to insure) cases was recognized when she was asked to write the 2008 supplement to the Missouri Bar’s workers’ compensation deskbook, Chapter 17, “Criminal Aspects.” If you have one of these unique cases but already have an attorney, she is happy to serve as a co-counsel or consultant on your case (see below).
- Lacy lived and worked in Durban, South Africa from May 2005 through August 2005, providing legal services to the poorest of the poor. Her leadership, community service and commitment to diversity was further recognized when she was selected to be one of only eleven attorneys state-wide invited to join the prestigious 2008-2009 Leadership Academy.
- Lacy’s trial skills were recognized early in her career when she was selected to be one of only ten law students to participate in Washington University’s nationally-recognized Trial Team. She competed for two years at regional and national competitions.
- Lacy is happy to serve as co-counsel or as a consultant on your case if you already have an attorney. She is one of the few attorneys in the state to have served as a prosecutor of workers’ compensation crimes. Put her knowledge to work for you. Talk to your attorney, and if you agree that she can be of help, have him or her contact Lacy. If you do not yet have an attorney, contact her immediately.
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