Stacey Lewis serves as lead attorney for Pacifica’s bond and/or disclosure counsel teams serving the University of Washington, University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Portland State University, the Washington State Convention Center Public Facilities District, the Port of Seattle, the cities of Bellevue, Tacoma, Bellingham and Redmond, King County and Kitsap County, and others. Stacey brings significant experience with general obligation bonds, revenue bonds (senior, intermediate and subordinate), lease revenue bonds, commercial paper, and other financing structures as well as letter of credit reimbursement, other credit/liquidity facilities, and hedge agreements. Stacey also advises county, city, and other municipal clients on the range of revenue options available under state law, including lodging taxes, emergency medical services levies, affordable housing levies, levy lid lifts, and excess levies, as well as in the use of special purpose entities such as public development authorities, public facilities districts, metropolitan park districts, and transportation benefit districts.
Stacey is recognized in Best Lawyers in America 2010-2020 (Public Finance Law), and selected for inclusion in Washington Super Lawyers. Prior to forming Pacifica Law Group with her colleagues, Stacey served as coordinator of the firm-wide public finance group at K&L Gates. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Bond Lawyers.
Stacey provides volunteer assistance to the Seattle Parks Foundation, Forterra and other nonprofit entities.
Stacey and her husband Jeff spend many hours on the soccer sidelines, cheering for their sons’ club and school teams and cheering for the Seattle Sounders. Stacey is a proud alum of the Brown University women’s soccer team, and now enjoys playing over 30 Seattle co-rec soccer.