Lacie’s focus on commercial and construction litigation is enhanced by and rooted in her diverse business and legal experience. During the course of her career, Lacie has tried complex construction cases, directed mass tort (asbestos) litigation, and garnered significant international experience working with companies throughout Southeast Asia from offices in London and Laos.
Lacie brings her experience to bear in order to provide the different perspective so crucial for an entrepreneurial law firm. Her practice focuses on commercial and construction litigation, where she is able to employ her organizational skills and her ability to “see the entire field” in order to formulate compelling legal strategies from what is often a wide array of disparate facts.
In addition to maintaining her commercial and construction litigation practice, Lacie devotes time volunteering with, Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Services, the MVLS Human Trafficking Prevention Project, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, and serving on the Board of the Baltimore Jewelry Center, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit which allows for affordable access to education and studio space for the metal arts.
Areas of Practice
- Commercial & Business Litigation
- Construction Law
- Creditors’ Rights
- Appellate Litigation
- General Corporate Matters
Bar & Court Admissions
- Court of Appeals of Maryland (2009)
- United States District Court for the District of Maryland (2010)
- University of Maryland College Park, B.A., 2006
- University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 2009