Tracey Lane Russo grew up in Tennessee before attending New York University. She graduated magna cum laude in 1993 and was named a Founders Day Scholar. In 1997, she obtained her law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law, where she was an executive member of the Connecticut Moot Court Board as well as an editor of the Insurance Law Journal. Following law school, Ms. Russo served as a law clerk to the Honorable Francis X. Hennessey of the Connecticut Appellate Court.
Attorney Tracey Russo opened The Law Office of Tracey Lane Russo in 2011, practicing in the areas of criminal defense work and general civil litigation. Not only does she handle civil litigation cases for both defendants and plaintiffs, she also has years of experience in family law, matrimonial law, and personal injury claims.
Not only does Attorney Russo offer years of professional experience in the area of family law, but she also uses her own personal experience to remember just how important these matters are to parents and spouses. Her own parents divorced when she and her sisters were young, and she had two exceptional stepparents who helped raise her. As a mother of three young children, Attorney Russo understands how difficult it can be to juggle the demands of marriage, children, and work.
Attorney Russo also has experience as a trusted litigator and has tried several jury and bench cases to verdict. She has several published appellate opinions to her credit and is licensed to practice in both state and federal court. As a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and the Orange Chamber of Commerce, she is licensed to practice in both state and federal court and also has several published appellate opinions to her credit.
In addition to speaking at seminars focused on litigation issues, Attorney Russo has written a detailed manual that covers trial preparation. She has also taught research and writing to first-year students at the University of Connecticut School of Law as an adjunct professor.
Ms. Russo lives with her family in Orange, Connecticut. As an active community volunteer, she is proud to be an elected member of the Amity Board of Education.