Christine Tracey retired from the practice of law in January 2022. She spent most of her legal career as a member of Northwest Lawfirm in Portland. She chiefly represented plaintiffs in state and federal courts in Oregon and Washington, including several Oregon class action lawsuits representing consumers and employees. Christine is a 2001 graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School. She was an adjunct professor teaching Remedies from 2015 through 2020, and also judged 1L appellate arguments and moot courts several times.
Prior to law school, Christine worked in the aerospace industry for 22 years, both as an engineer and program manager. She has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an MS in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University, and an MBA from Sacred Heart University. Christine serves on the Board of Directors for the Northwest Catholic Counseling Center; currently she is Board president. Christine is also a life-long Red Sox fan.