Alexandrea TracyLaw Clerk
Andrea Tracy is a third-year student at Brooklyn Law School. Upon graduating early in December 2022, she will be taking the February 2023 bar exam and will seek admission in New York. During her first two years at Brooklyn Law School, she was the Vice President of the Art Law Association and a student member of the New York City Bar Association, Art Law Committee.
Andrea is passionate about supporting artists, content creators, media companies, start-ups, and non-profits across all industries. Prior to law school, Andrea received her master’s degree in museum studies. Her thesis, “Visualizing Immigration Laws: How Artworks from MoMA’s Citizen and Border Series Encourage Contemplation of Policy,” culminated her growing interest in the intersection of art and law. Following graduation, Andrea worked at artnet as a Business Associate. She collaborated with counsel and managed company-wide regulatory and legal compliance, including international anti-money laundering (“AML”) and data privacy regulations, domestic marketplace facilitator tax implications, and other legal matters as they arose.
During law school, she gained experience working with the Center for Art Law, where she researched and wrote articles surrounding blockchain and AML and moral clauses in museum donor agreements as well as assisted in drafting commission agreements. She also interned for a litigation firm and a Magistrate Judge at the Eastern District of New York. In her free time Andrea enjoys hiking with her two dogs, skiing, and cooking.
University of Vermont, Bachelor of Science
City College of New York (CUNY), Master of Art
Brooklyn Law School, Juris Doctor (anticipated December 2022)
Blockchain: Know Your Client and Know Your Provenance, Center for Art Law, July 1, 2021.
Morals of Museum Administration, Center for Art Law, August 17, 2021.