Hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Stacey Meinen received her diploma from Clayton High School in 1994 and went on to graduate Cum Laude from the University of Missouri — St. Louis in 2000. There, she earned her B.A. in Psychology and B.S. in Criminology/Criminal Justice. She then attended St. Louis School of Law and graduated in 2004. Her hard work and undeniable intelligence did not stop there: In 2004, she competed in the National Client Counseling Competition, a law office simulation presented by the American Bar Association, which is judged and scored adhering to the highest of parameters. She is/has served for 10 years on the Missouri Bar Solo and Small Firm Planning Committee and from 2013 through 2015 served/serves as the Chair of the Solo and Small Firm Committee. Over the last ten years, she has written and presented multiple continuing legal education programs for the Solo and Small Firm Committee. Stacey is also a proud National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) member.
Stacey Meinen is a dedicated defense lawyer equipped to represent each consumer depending on personal needs; she works to understand each individual matter to better serve each client. Stacey believes in helping every client exercise his or her rights as a consumer and a member of society. Passionately practicing debt defense, personal injury and traffic law, she lives to defend those who feel they have been wronged or injured by the acts of others. No matter if the client is a victim of negligent or intentional wrongdoings, Stacey takes pride in solving each case quickly and to the most favorable solution for her client.
In addition to Stacey’s professional and educational background, she is also enthusiastic about her local community. Stacey and her husband are members of the Overland Lions Club, a non-profit assisting and supporting local charities as well as national and international initiatives.
Stacey is happily married and cherishes her two stepchildren. In her spare time, she enjoys singing karaoke and is an avid bowler.