Stacey provides specialist legal advice to State Government clients in the areas of information technology, intellectual property and commercial law.
Stacey was admitted as a solicitor in 2015 and has been practising law since 2017. She joined Crown Law in 2017 after doing an associateship with a District and Supreme Court Judge.
Stacey’s experience in advising government departments and agencies includes:
- reviewing and drafting information technology agreements under the Queensland Information Technology Contracting (QITC) Framework, including whole-of-government standing offer arrangements;
- reviewing and drafting service agreements;
- advising and providing training on the operation and application of QITC contracts;
- assisting with the protection and registration of trade marks, as well as managing pending and registered trade marks;
- advising on intellectual property matters, including in relation to trade mark and copyright protection and infringement; and
- various litigation in the State and Federal jurisdictions.