Stacie Nye-Buckley


Stacie Nye-Buckley began her career as a special education teacher in Attleboro, Massachusetts, before transitioning to the social service field. In 1994, Nye-Buckley became a supervisor of a residential program for adolescent males and a supervisor for a lock-up facility for adolescent males. In January 1995, she joined the Department of Children and Families (DCF) as an adolescent social worker and a foster care reviewer who conducted investigations. Stacie Nye-Buckley is a Massachusetts licensed social worker (LSW).

In 2006, Stacie Nye-Buckley graduated from Roger William's University School of Law and entered into private practice. She joined with attorney Carol King to form the Law Offices of King and Nye-Buckley in 2009.

In 2015, attorney King retired and Nye-Buckley continued her practice until July 2018 when she joined Jessica Martin and Natalie Desrosiers in forming Buckley Martin & Desrosiers, P.C., Attorneys at Law.

Attorney Nye-Buckley is involved in the Attorneys Representing Children (ARC) pro-bono program and the Conciliation pro-bono program. She is a Juvenile Court investigator in Bristol and Plymouth counties, and a Guardian ad Litem in Bristol, Plymouth, and Norfolk counties. She has been recognized for her years of pro-bono work by the Bristol, Plymouth, and Barnstable First Justices' and South Coastal Counties Legal Services.

Attorney Nye-Buckley has practiced in many areas of law, and currently focuses on family law in the areas of divorce, custody, guardianship, child support, parenting time and adoption. She also juvenile court cases representing both children and adults in Children Requiring Assistance (CRA) and criminal matters. 


Roger Williams University School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2006 Fitchburg State College
B.S., Special Education and Elementary Education, 1992

Activities & Affiliations

  • Massachusetts Bar Association, member
  • Attleboro Bar Association, member

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts
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