Tracie M. Jefcik practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, including business disputes, and personal injury, as well as transactional matters involving regulatory compliance and business transactions. Tracie is committed to advocating for the best interests of her clients and has assisted in receiving several favorable settlements for clients of O'Reilly Law Group.
Tracie graduated cum laude from William S. Boyd School of Law in Las Vegas, Nevada. While in law school, she served as Executive Editor of the Nevada Law Journal and as a Student Bar Association representative. Tracie received CALI Awards, the highest grade in class, in Business Organizations as well as Psychology and Lawyering. Additionally, she worked in connection with the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada instructing individuals on the process of sealing criminal records.
After her first year of law school, Tracie interned for the Honorable Joseph A. Migliozzi at the Norfolk Circuit Court in Norfolk, Virginia. As a judicial intern, Tracie participated in and attended the weekly mental health docket over which Judge Migliozzi presided. During her internship, Tracie extensively researched and co-authored a publication in the Virginia Lawyer titled " Statistics Identify the Benefits of Addressing Mental Illness Within the Criminal Justice System." The article provides an overview of the history of mental health courts in Norfolk, Virginia, and provides useful data revealing the benefits such specialty courts have on the criminal and judicial systems.
Prior to law school, Tracie attended Louisiana State University in Shreveport where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in Social Sciences. After undergrad, she moved to Las Vegas with her husband, an active-duty member of the United States Air Force. Tracie gained extensive experience in Nevada civil litigation as a legal assistant and certified paralegal prior to applying to law school to pursue her law degree.
Tracie enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, traveling, and camping. As a military spouse and mother, Tracie has a broad range of experience which benefits her, as well as her clients in and out of the courtroom.
State Bar of Nevada
U.S. District Court, District of Nevada
The Supreme Court of Nevada
Nevada State and Local Courts
Publications, Programs and Professional Activities
Statistics Identify the Benefits of Addressing Mental Illness within the Criminal Justice System, Virginia Lawyer Health Law (Feb. 2019).
State v. Brown (Taren), 134 Nev. Adv. Op. 102 (Dec. 20, 2018). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1215.
William S. Boyd School of Law, cum laude, J.D., 2020
Louisiana State University in Shreveport, B.A., 2008