Personal injury trial lawyer turned law firm business consultant and legal marketing superstar. Expert in social media marketing and advertising, SEO copywriting, digital marketing, and all things related to law firm business development.
Stacey was born in Houston, Texas and lives there as a fourth-generation Houstonian. She graduated early from The University of Texas at Austin in 1997 with a Bachelor of Journalism in Public Relations. She was accepted early decision to the University of Houston Law Center, graduating in 2001, and becoming licensed to practice law in Texas that same year.
Stacey worked in maritime personal injury litigation, general personal injury litigation, and mass tort litigation for the majority of her legal career. She gradually transitioned from handling cases to working within the business side of law firms. Stacey is nationally known for her work in establishing effective digital marketing strategies and solutions, social media marketing and community management, strategic event planning and marketing, new case acquisition and intake departments, her knowledge of law firm case management software, and referral attorney management.
Stacey serves as a member of the AAJ Publications Committee, AAJ WTLC Publications Committee Co-Chair, on the Editorial Board for the Houston Bar Association, and previously served as Vice President of the Houston Trial Lawyers Association. She is also a member of American Marketing Association, Association of Women Attorneys, College of the State Bar of Texas, Federation of Houston Professional Women, Houston Interactive Marketing Association, Houston Social Media Breakfast, National Association of Professional Women, National Women Trial Lawyers Association, Public Relations Society of America, State Bar of Texas, Texas Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, Top 40 Under 40 (The National Trial Lawyers), and Top 100 Trial Lawyers (The National Trial Lawyers).
Admitted 2001, Texas
Professional Webpage: http://www.staceyeburke.com/about
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