Tracey joined Mostoller, Stulberg, Whitfield & Allen in 2001 as a paralegal working mostly with Ann Mostoller in her trustee practice. In 2010, Tracey started the journey of accomplishing a life long dream of becoming an attorney by enrolling at the Nashville School of Law. While in law school she was awarded the Lefkowitz & Lefkowitz Excellence in Bankruptcy Law Scholarship, served as one of Nashville School of Law’s Liaisons to the Tennessee Bar Association from 2012-2013, and was a member of the 2013 Diversity Leadership Institute sponsored by the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Tennessee Bar Association. Tracey was ranked 9th in her graduating class at Nashville School of Law and took the Tennessee Bar in February 2014. She was sworn in by Judge Ronald Murch at a private ceremony on May 2, 2014.
Tracey lives in Petros with her husband, Tony, and son, TJ. She enjoys working with teenagers and encourages them to be active in their community and to pursue an education beyond high school.
Tracey is licensed to practice law in all Courts in the State of Tennessee and in the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Tennessee. Her primary areas of practice are Bankruptcy Law and Criminal Law.
Additionally, Tracey is now also the Director of the Paralegal Studies program at Roane State Community College. More information here.
Central High School, Wartburg, Tennessee 1990
Roane State Community College (RSCC), Harriman , Tennessee 2001, A.A.S.
Tusculum College, Greeneville, Tennessee 2002, B.S.
Nashville School of Law, Nashville, Tennessee 2013, J.D.
American Bar Association
Tennessee Bar Association
Anderson County Bar Association
Knoxville Bar Association
Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Roane County Bar Association
RSCC Paralegal Studies Program Advisory Board
Bankruptcy Management Solutions Client Advisory Board
National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees
NSL Legal Society
Tennessee Paralegal Association