Tracy Jane Egoscue, Esq.
Egoscue Law Group, Inc.

Tracy Egoscue

562.988.5978 office

Tracy J. Egoscue is the founder and President of Egoscue Law Group, Inc. Her distinctive range of experiences as a former regulator, private sector employee and public interest attorney make her uniquely situated to understand and analyze complex environmental matters from a multitude of perspectives.

Prior to forming Egoscue Law Group, Ms. Egoscue worked as Of Counsel in the Environmental practice group for the international law firm of Paul Hastings LLP.

Ms. Egoscue has served as the Executive Officer of the State of California Regional Water Quality Control Board - Los Angeles Region and as the Executive Director of the Santa Monica Baykeeper (now known as LA Waterkeeper). While at the Santa Monica Baykeeper, Ms. Egoscue achieved one of the largest Clean Water Act settlements in the history of the Clean Water Act against the City of Los Angeles for sewage spills. This landmark $5 billion-dollar settlement led to an ambitious 10-year sewer pipeline rehabilitation program, which led to an 80% reduction in raw sewage spills.

Ms. Egoscue has also practiced environmental litigation as a Deputy Attorney General for the California Department of Justice, where her work focused on the defense of various state agencies including the Department of Parks and Recreation; Department of Fish and Game; California Air Resources Board; Regional Water Quality Control Boards; and State Water Resources Control Board.

Ms. Egoscue’s litigation experience encompasses both civil and administrative law proceedings.

Throughout her career, Ms. Egoscue has been appointed to serve on numerous agencies and Boards including the California Climate Action Registry by Governor Davis, the Technical Advisory Committee for the California Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response by the Speaker of the Assembly, and the Harbor Safety Committee for the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbor Complex.

Tracy has also served as a distinguished visiting scholar at California State University at Long Beach, teaching environmental policy and law.

In 2014, Ms. Egoscue was appointed to serve on the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners for the Port of Long Beach, the 2nd largest port in the U.S., responsible for 50,000 jobs in the region and $200 billion in national and international trade. In 2018 Ms. Egoscue was elected as Board President by her colleagues to represent the Port in business dealings with international shipping lines such as Yang Ming, Evergreen, Maersk, MSC, Hapag Lloyd, Hamburg Sud, OOCL and Cosco. The Harbor Commission is responsible for the oversight of the Harbor Department of the City of Long Beach with 500 staff and an annual $800 million budget. As a member of the Board, she worked to ensure fiduciary oversight of the development of the Port’s 3,230 acres serving 140 shipping lines connecting to 217 seaports worldwide moving more than 7 million containers each year. Ms. Egoscue also oversaw the multi-year $4 billion capital program for a new state-of-the-art zero emissions terminal, the Gerald Desmond Bridge replacement, and other Port development projects.

Ms. Egoscue also serves on the Board of Directors of Mujeres de la Tierra, and the Bay Foundation. Her service on the Boards of these community organizations reflects her commitment to creating support for a better environment for all. Ms. Egoscue received her J.D. from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and her B.A. from the University of California at Santa Barbara. She is a member of the State Bar of California and is also licensed to practice in Connecticut. Ms. Egoscue resides in Long Beach, California with her husband and two children.