Attorney Tracy J. Hermann was born and raised in New York, NY. She moved to Boston in 1999 to attend Boston University, where she studied Political Science and was the full time Assistant Director of Boston Mobilization, a community action group.
In 2003, Tracy moved to Rhode Island to attend the Roger Williams University School of Law. Tracy was a member of the RWU School of Law Honors Program and a recipient of the Presidential Honors Scholarship. While at RWU, Tracy advanced to the quarter-finals in the 2004 Esther Clark Moot Court Competition and became the Intra-School Competition Co-Chair. During her final year of law school, Tracy clerked for the Honorable Justice Paul A. Suttell, now Chief Judge of the Rhode Island Supreme Court.
In 2006, Tracy was admitted to practice in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and the U.S. District Court for the District of Rhode Island and since then has focused her practice on Family Law and Bankruptcy.
Tracy has helped numerous clients address complex financial and emotional situations in divorce and has assisted both individuals and small business owners in eliminating and reorganizing debt. Tracy has been successful in assisting homeowners modify their existing mortgages, both in and out of bankruptcy court, in order to prevent foreclosure and regain their financial stability.
Tracy is an active member of the Rhode Island Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, Rhode Island Association for Justice, Family Court Bench Bar Committee and Family Law Inn of Court. Tracy has contributed countless pro-bono hours to the Volunteer Lawyer Program and Reduced Fee Program.
Tracy recently completed a review of the revised Rules of Civil Procedure, Rules of Practice and E-Filing Guidelines in the Rhode Island Courts and has lectured across Rhode Island on the implementation of these rules. Tracy has personally consulted with multiple attorneys, assisting in their transition to electronic filing.
Tracy enjoys running, and has completed multiple races for various charitable organizations. In September, 2014, she completed her first half-marathon!