Tracy B. Collins focuses her practice at Rudman Winchell on civil litigation, probate litigation, and employment law. With the Maine Elder Law Firm, she provides litigation support and estate planning services, and she regularly gives presentations in the community about legal tools available to our elder law community, including financial powers of attorney and advance health care directives. Previously, she handled employment, medical malpractice, and appellate matters as a civil litigator with a small firm in Downtown Bangor and all aspects of criminal prosecution as a prosecutor with the district attorney’s office for Penobscot and Piscataquis counties. She is proud to provide her experience and expertise to the Maine Elder Law Firm.
Tracy earned her juris doctor degree with honors in 2011 from the University of Maine School of Law, where she served as an editor for the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal and received recognition for excellence in health law. Before her career in law, Tracy worked for the Bangor Daily News as a copy editor and features writer, earning the Bob Drake Young Writer’s Award in 2006. Tracy serves on the boards of the Penobscot County Bar Association and Robinson Ballet, and she teaches criminal procedure to criminal justice degree candidates at Eastern Maine Community College. She is a graduate of Bangor High School and now lives in Brewer with her dogs, Bird and Ruthie, and her cats, Roberta and Shadow.