Tracy A. DorfmanAttorney
At Ross & Pines we believe that experience makes the difference when it comes to providing our clients with the best possible legal representation. This is why we hire lawyers like Tracy A. Dorfman, a lawyer who spent the last 10 years as a Magistrate Judge.
Tracy started her legal career as a prosecutor in the Gwinnett County Solicitor’s Office prosecuting misdemeanor offenses. Due to her trial skills, she was quickly recruited by the Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office, where she spent the next 12 years prosecuting serious felony cases. Over those 12 years Tracy rose in the ranks, was put in charge of the Gwinnett County Child Protection Unit, where she was assigned all of the child sexual and physical abuse cases, and was ultimately promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief District Attorney.
In 2006, Tracy was hired by DeKalb County to serve as a Magistrate Judge. For the next 10 years, Tracy spent her days in court issuing arrest and search warrants, fielding criminal warrant requests from the public, sitting for bond and preliminary hearings, and sitting by designation as a State or Superior Court Judge.
As a trial lawyer and a Judge, Tracy has handled thousands of cases and spent countless hours in the courtroom. Tracy brings that experience, and her vast legal knowledge, to every case she handles.
- University of Georgia, 1983
- University of Georgia School of Law, 1986