Tracy has a general litigation practice, with an emphasis on commercial and business litigation, construction litigation, product liability litigation, personal injury and professional liability. He is a member of the Idaho State Bar, and is admitted to practice in both state and federal courts in the State of Idaho. Tracy grew up in Alabama. He received his undergraduate education at Auburn University, where he received a B.A. degree in both Philosophy and Anthropology in 1993. Following graduation, Tracy worked as a teacher in South Korea, and then moved to Moscow, Idaho, where he founded the Red Door restaurant before being admitted to the University of Idaho College of Law. During law school, Tracy served as a teaching assistant in the Legal Research and Writing Department. He also was a member of the Idaho Law Review, where he served as the Spring Edition Editor. Tracy authored an article, "Let's Take Another Look at That: False Confession, Interrogation, and the Case for Electronic Recording," which was published in the Fall 2007 Edition of the Idaho Law Review. Tracy came to Carey Perkins LLP as a summer law clerk in 2007, and joined Carey Perkins LLP as an associate attorney in 2008. Tracy practices in the Boise office.