Tracey has experience running an immigration law practice, focusing on refugee and international law. She has also worked as a Senior Supervising Lawyer for an international immigration law firm. At present, she teaches immigration and criminal law at Douglas College in Vancouver, BC. Her research interests focus on the intersection between law and data science, particularly in the legal construction of identity in criminal and immigration settings. Specific topics she has researched include the regulation of Artificial Intelligence, and the use of forensic genomics in the criminal justice system.