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Tracy M. Frick, Esq.

Tracy M. Frick, Esq.

Tracy M. Frick, Esq.

Founding Partner

Born in Old Beech Mountain, NC, Tracy M. Frick Esquire, went on to complete her undergraduate at Lees-McRae College with a B/A in Humanities and minor in International Relations and Religion, before earning her Juris Doctor from the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Virginia. While obtaining her undergraduate, Tracy worked with Hemphill & Gavenus, Attorneys at Law in Newland, North Carolina. During law school, Tracy served as a summer clerk at the North Carolina Court of Appeals for the Honorable John M. Tyson.

Prior to opening FrickTrent, PLLC, Tracy managed the South Carolina office and served as Marketing Director for the North and South Carolina offices of Trey Inman & Associates, PC. Prior to working with Trey Inman, Tracy practiced at a The Law Offices of Brent F. King, where she oversaw the residential real estate closings and marketing initiatives in South Carolina. Before deciding to limit her area of practice to real estate, Tracy practiced family law with Melissa F. Brown, PLLC in Charleston, South Carolina.

Areas of Practice:

  • Residential and Commercial Real Estate


  • South Carolina, 2004


  • Appalachian School of Law, Grundy Virginia, 2003
  • J.D., Doctor of Jursiprudence
  • Lees-McRae College, Banner Elk, North Carolina, 2000
  • B/A  in Humanities with double minor in International Relations & Religion


  • Appalachian School of Law Alumni Association President/ Chair, 2010-2011
  • Slated to judge the 2010 Carol N. Ney National Mock Trial Tournament, in
    March 2010 at Furman University
  • One of 35 Candidates to be chosen for ‘Leadership York County’ by the York County Chamber of Commerce
  • Appalachian School of Law Faculty Scholar
  • Appalachian School of Law Dean’s List
  • Member of three-student team selected to compete in National Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Competition (“NAAC”)  in 2002 and 2003
  • NAAC Southeast Regional Best Brief, 3rd Place
  • Placed in NAAC Regional Semi-Finals in 2002 and 2003
  • Received 3L “Book Award” for highest grade in Appellate Advocacy
  • Selected for Who’s Who: American Law Students
  • Named Western North Carolina Young Woman of the Year


  • Introduction of Out-of-Court Statements by Minor Children in Private Custody Disputes, SC Bar CLE Publication, March 2005
  • Coordinated and edited book length manuscript about the Appalachian Mountains entitled, If These Hills Could Talk (forthcoming).

CLE’s Given / Speaking Engagements:

  • One of several instructors at South Carolina Bar’s Issues in Family Court CLE, Columbia, SC, March 2005
  • Speaker on numerous real estate topics to groups in upstate South Carolina and Charlotte
  • Speaker at numerous college and 4-H functions statewide

Affiliations / Memberships:

  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • York County Bar Association
  • South Carolina Bar, Young Lawyers Division, Professionalism Committee, 2007-2008
  • South Carolina Bar’s Young Lawyer’s “The Bar Tab” Committee Member, 2007
  • York County Chamber of Commerce
  • Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
  • Appalachian School of Law Alumni Association Chair, 2010-2011
  • Union County North Carolina 4-H Foundation Board Member
  • Avery County North Carolina 4-H Advisory Board
  • Beech Mountain Community Development Club, Inc., Executive Committee
  • Charlotte Networking Professionals Board Member
  • York County Professional Business Women’s Association
  • Epic Arts Repertory Theatre Board Member, 2008-2009
  • Collaborative Arts Board Member
  • National Association of Professional Women