Tracey Berger Cowan
Tracey Berger Cowan is Of Counsel to the firm and practices in the San Francisco office. Her practice centers on civil rights law and complex civil litigation. She also has extensive experience in the areas of student loan law, human rights, and qui tam litigation. Prior to working at Peiffer Rosca Wolf, 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, competition matters, and civil rights issues concerning California State prison reform.
Tracey received her B.A. in Psychology and Sociology (double major) in 2002 from New York University, graduating with honors. She obtained her J.D., in 2006, from Northwestern University School of Law. 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.
Tracey is a Vice President on the Board of Directors for the Jewish Bar Association of San Francisco.
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Northwestern University School of Law
New York University
Bachelor of Arts