Tracy is a founding shareholder of Mohrman & Schofield PC where she concentrates on estate planning, appeals/appellate practice, and family law.
Tracy is admitted to practice before all Utah state and federal courts. She is a member of the Law Practice Management, Estate Planning, and Family Law sections of the American Bar Association, and the Estate Planning, Litigation, and Family Law sections of the Utah State Bar. Tracy was recognized as one of Utahâs Outstanding Young Lawyers in 2012 and during 2010-2012 was named as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, a distinction that recognizes top up-and-coming attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Tracy attended the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University where she graduated magna cum laude, was an associate editor for the BYU Law Review, and won numerous awards including the John S. Welch Award for Outstanding Legal Writing on Utah family law issues, the Alumni Women’s Law Forum Award, and an ABA Award in State and Local Government. She was also a judicial intern for Utah Supreme Court Chief Justice Christine Durham, worked as a research assistant in the subject of family law, and was a teaching assistant for legal writing and advocacy.
Prior to entering law school later in life, Tracy received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University. She then worked as a statistician for the University of Texas Health Science Center, and was a contract manager for the Environmental Management group at Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. She also worked as a medical transcriptionist in Tennessee for a number of years while her children were young.