Tracy B. Holton

Attorney and Author

Tracy B. Holton

Attorney and Author

Tracy Bishop Holton is an attorney and author with expertise in product liability, energy and natural resources, and construction law. She has extensive experience in litigation and an interest in molecular medicine.  

Ms. Holton has been a contributing author to West Publishing Company since 2000. Her published works include: “Cause of Action to Recover Damages Under the Private Securities Law Reform Act of 1995;” “Cause of Action to Recover Civil Damages Pursuant to the Law of Nations and/or Customary International Law;” and “Cause of Action to Recover Damages for Invasion of Private Sector Employees’ Privacy.” 

In addition to work in the legal field, Ms. Holton is active in many community organizations. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Bruce Museum of Art and Science. Ms. Holton also has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Breast Cancer Alliance, the YWCA of Greenwich and the Avon Theatre Film Center. 

A resident of Old Greenwich, CT, Ms. Holton graduated from Emory University and Loyola University School of Law where she was a member of the Loyola Law Review.