Stacy founded Bardo Law, P.C. in 2015 to provide effective, zealous legal representation to consumers, while maintaining empathy and compassion for her clients. Prior to Bardo Law, P.C.’s inception, Stacy was an attorney at the Consumer Advocacy Center, P.C., where she exclusively practiced consumer law. Stacy has been principally involved in more than 275 cases for the victims of harassing debt collection practices, consumer fraud, bait and switch advertising, predatory lending, automobile financing and odometer fraud, wrongful repossessions, unfair mortgage foreclosures, incorrect credit reporting, and violations of the federal Truth in Lending, Telephone Consumer Protection, Fair Debt Collection Practices, Electronic Fund Transfer, Fair Labor Standards, and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Acts. Stacy has represented hundreds of individual consumers in lawsuits and arbitration proceedings, and has also been appointed class counsel in multiple national and statewide class actions certified in Illinois as well as California, Indiana, New York, Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, and Wisconsin. Stacy is licensed to practice in the State of Illinois, the U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois (where she is a member of the trial bar), the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and the Northern District of Indiana, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. An active supporter of both the National Consumer Law Center (“NCLC”) and the National Association of Consumer Advocates (“NACA”), Stacy was elected to NACA’s Board of Directors in 2012. Stacy is also an Associate Board member of CARPLS, which provides free hotline and courtroom help services to thousands of families every year. A Chicago native, Stacy is a graduate of Northwestern University and Loyola University Chicago School of Law.