Tracey Berger Cowan joined Wolf Legal, P.C. in 2012. Her practice centers on civil rights law and general civil litigation. Prior to working at Wolf Legal, P.C., Tracey was an associate in the San Francisco office of one of the largest international corporate law firms. There, her practice focused on complex civil litigation and competition matters, as well as civil rights issues concerning California State prison reform. She helped monitor the State’s implementation of and compliance with two landmark consent orders establishing due process rights for adult and juvenile parolees in California. She also served on the litigation team for a high-profile habeas corpus case involving claims against the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, recently chronicled in the critically acclaimed documentary Crime After Crime. Tracey received her B.A. in Psychology and Sociology (double major) in 2002 from New York University, graduating with honors. She went on to obtain her J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law in 2006. While at Northwestern, Tracey completed the mediation certification program at the Center for Conflict Resolution, and thereafter served as a volunteer mediator for the Cook County Court System. During this time she also successfully represented a parole petitioner as part of the Illinois C# Campaign.
Angel A. Garganta & Tracey D. Berger, Recent Developments in California Consumer Protection Law and Practice, Business Law News – 2006 Annual Review 5 (2007)
Tracey serves on the Attorney Advisory Board for OneJustice, a state-wide organization dedicated to increasing access to legal resources for under-served members of the community.
Licensed by the State Bar of California
T: (415) 426-5641
San Francisco, CA
Northwestern University School of Law
New York University
Bachelor of Arts