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Tracey lives in Petros with her husband Tony. Tony and Tracey are the proud parents of the late Tj Williams. Being Tj’s mother is her greatest accomplishment in life. The other joys of her life are a precious gift from her son, twin grandchildren, Brynlee and Chasen Williams. Tracey is also blessed with a very supportive and loving extended family and group of friends. She has always enjoyed working with teenagers and encourages them to be active in their community and pursue an education beyond high school.

Tracey began her legal career as a paralegal in 2001, with the firm of Mostoller, Stulberg, Whitfield and Allen. In 2010, at the age of thirty-seven, she started the journey of accomplishing a lifelong dream of becoming an attorney by enrolling at the Nashville School of Law.

While in law school, Tracey 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. Judge Ronald Murch swore her in at a private ceremony on May 2, 2014.

Tracey stayed with the law firm of Mostoller, Stulberg, Whitfield and Allen as an associate attorney until September 2018, when she left to open her firm. In January 2019, she was appointed to the position of Morgan County Attorney and then was elected in a special election in August 2020.

Tracey is licensed to practice law in all Courts in the State of Tennessee and the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Tennessee. Additionally, she is also the Director of the Paralegal Studies Program at Roane State Community College, an approved program by the American Bar Association.

Tracey currently works in the following areas of law: Criminal, Family, Creditor Bankruptcy, Probate and Estate, Real Property, and General Civil Law.

About

 

Tracey lives in Petros with her husband Tony. Tony and Tracey are the proud parents of the late Tj Williams. Being Tj’s mother is her greatest accomplishment in life. The other joys of her life are a precious gift from her son, twin grandchildren, Brynlee and Chasen Williams. Tracey is also blessed with a very supportive and loving extended family and group of friends. She has always enjoyed working with teenagers and encourages them to be active in their community and pursue an education beyond high school.

Tracey began her legal career as a paralegal in 2001, with the firm of Mostoller, Stulberg, Whitfield and Allen. In 2010, at the age of thirty-seven, she started the journey of accomplishing a lifelong dream of becoming an attorney by enrolling at the Nashville School of Law.

While in law school, Tracey 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. Judge Ronald Murch swore her in at a private ceremony on May 2, 2014.

Tracey stayed with the law firm of Mostoller, Stulberg, Whitfield and Allen as an associate attorney until September 2018, when she left to open her firm. In January 2019, she was appointed to the position of Morgan County Attorney and then was elected in a special election in August 2020.

Tracey is licensed to practice law in all Courts in the State of Tennessee and the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Tennessee. Additionally, she is also the Director of the Paralegal Studies Program at Roane State Community College, an approved program by the American Bar Association.

Tracey currently works in the following areas of law: Criminal, Family, Creditor Bankruptcy, Probate and Estate, Real Property, and General Civil Law.

Affiliations

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Past Affiliations

  • Bankruptcy Management Solutions Client Advisory Board
  • National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees
  • NSL Legal Society
  • RSCC Paralegal Studies Program Advisory Board Member
  • Tennessee Paralegal Association