Stacey Clark is a senior partner in the firm’s Veterans’ Administration department. She has dedicated her entire legal career to assisting disabled veterans and citizens in obtaining disability benefits owed to them by the Veterans’ and Social Security Administrations. As a lifetime resident of Florida, Stacey attended the University of Florida where she received a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree, both with honors, in 2000. Stacey also attended the University of Florida College of Law, where she graduated with honors in 2003. During her time in law school, Stacey received three book awards, and authored a publication in the Journal of Technology Law and Policy. Stacey began her legal career representing the disabled in claims for Social Security disability benefits. After finding that many of her clients were veterans who also needed assistance with claims for Veterans’ benefits, Stacey obtained her accreditation with the Veterans’ Administration and commenced her Veterans’ Benefits practice, which has included representing veterans before the Veterans Administration, Board of Veterans Appeals, the Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims, and other federal courts. Upon joining Morgan & Morgan, Stacey’s knowledge, expertise and experience were instrumental in spearheading the development and growth of the firm’s Veterans’ Benefits practice. Stacey has also spoken at conferences and seminars, including Mass Torts Made Perfect and Practice Made Perfect, in order to educate other attorneys regarding this practice area. Stacey recently distinguished herself by being named as a “2014 Florida Rising Star” by the Florida Super Lawyers Magazine, which is based upon peer recognition and professional achievement. Only 2.5% of all lawyers in the state are named as Rising Stars, and Stacey was the only lawyer recognized in the practice area of Veterans Law.