Prior to commencing pupillage, Stacey worked at the Crown Prosecution Service for 17 years; 5 years as a Paralegal and the past 12 years as an Associate Prosecutor. Stacey appeared daily in court, presenting a wide range of cases, gaining extensive experience of the court and various legal processes. Stacey also represented the interests of the Crown Prosecution Service in interagency meetings to assist in the development of the Kent Virtual Remand Court and CJS Common Platform.
Whilst studying for the GDL, Stacey undertook pro-bono work with the Schools Consent Project, where she attended schools and delivered workshops to 14-18 year olds on the issue of sexual consent. She has also participated in the Inspiring the Future Programme, providing talks to students about career choices and education routes.
Stacey completed the BPTC at BPP Law School in Holborn after being awarded the Harmsworth Scholarship by Middle Temple
PROFILE: Stacey-Lee Holland
2016-2018 – BPP Law School, Holborn – Bar professional Training Course. Result - Outstanding
2014-2016 – BPP University, Waterloo – Graduate Diploma in Law. Result – Commendation
2007 – CILEX - Youth Court Advocacy Certificate.
2001 – CILEX - Certificate in Criminal Prosecution.
Harmsworth Scholarship (Middle Temple)
Blackstone’s Entrance Exhibition Award (Middle Temple)
Provost’s Award of Excellence
The Vice Chancellors Award, GDL Scholarship