Attorney Profile

Stacey L. Terry is the founder and managing attorney of Terry Legal Solutions, LLC. A proud  graduate of the University of Virginia, Attorney Terry furthered her interest in the law and championing the rights of others by graduating from the esteemed Howard University School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree.

When you hire Stacey L. Terry, you gain access to over 16 years of legal experience cultivated at two internationally renowned law firms.  A small sampling of her representative matters include:

  • Litigated employment discrimination lawsuits venued in local and federal courts
  • Assist with counseling a local Fortune 500 company through a landmark race discrimination settlement and internal audit
  • Draft and negotiate executive level severance, non-disclosure and non-compete agreements
  • Negotiate and draft employment settlement agreements
  • Assist Fortune 200 clients with internal investigations for employment and white collar related matters
  • Litigate civil rights claims involving public accommodations and age discrimination
  • Draft Powers of Attorney, wills, and estate plans
  • Speak to groups about estate planning
  • Represent plaintiffs in personal injury matters
  •  Analyze and help negotiate commercial agreements, government contracts, and subcontractor compliance
  • Advise and create a 501(c)(3) non-profit for a Montgomery County governmental commission
  • Counsel religious organizations on governance, internal audits, and 501(c)(3) compliance

No stranger to accepting new challenges, she broadened her legal experience while also continuing her commitment to serving her community by engaging in Montgomery County’s Boards and Commissions. Specifically, upon appointment by the County Executive and confirmation by the County Council she served two three-year terms as a Commission on the Montgomery County Human Rights Commission. Currently, she serves as President of the Montgomery County Friends of the Human Rights Commission Board of Directors, a 501(c)(3) fundraising non-profit for the Montgomery County Commission on Human Rights and Office of Human Rights.


District Courts of Maryland

Circuit Courts of Maryland

District of Columbia