Stephanie Monck is a local Kungarrakan/Warramungu woman. Stephanie studied for a Bachelor of Laws at Murdoch University (WA), and while studying, held various positions with the Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre, tutored in the Kulbardi Aboriginal Tertiary Entrance Course, and was the student support officer for Indigenous students enrolled in mainstream tertiary studies.
After completing her Degree, Stephanie joined Murdoch University as a Lecturer in Law, and co-ordinated their 2002 Koora Kuditj Pre-Law Program.
Stephanie left Murdoch University in mid 2002 to be the Associate to the former Judge Mary Ann Yeats in the Perth District Court, and then completed her Articles of Clerkship and Restricted Practice with Dwyer Durack Lawyers.
From July 2007 to October 2015, Stephanie had her own legal practice specialising in Criminal Law. During that period Stephanie was also contracted by the Kimberley Land Council and WAARDI Limited to facilitate Native Title meetings, and has also assisted in evidence gathering for the Warralong Community of the South East Pilbara region in support of their application for Native Title determination.
Currently, Stephanie is employed with the Department of Attorney General and Justice in the Litigation Division of the Solicitor for the Northern Territory.