Victoria is committed to pursuing justice for those in need and creating a fair and equal society for all. She is committed to helping entrepreneurs realize their dream of owning their own businesses and advising them through any challenges that may arise.
Prior to opening her law firm, Victoria clerked in the District of Columbia Superior Court, spending one year on civil matters and another year on felony matters. Prior to this, Victoria worked for a District government agency. As a law student, Victoria worked on litigation and regulatory matters for both the District of Columbia and New York State Attorneys General, and spent another summer with a large corporation in New York City, where she worked on intellectual property, advertising, and data privacy issues.
In addition to her love of practicing law, Victoria is active in the community, and takes pride in serving in the leadership of several local and national organizations, including: Northern Virginia Urban League, Young Professionals Network; Northern Virginia Urban League Board of Directors; Cornell Black Lawyers’ Alumni Network; National Bar Association; Washington Bar Association, Young Lawyers’ Division.
Victoria earned her BA in Philosophy, magna cum laude, from North Carolina State University, graduating in three years, and studying abroad in Spain. She earned her Juris Doctor from Cornell Law School, and again studied abroad in Spain. Victoria frequently speaks and presents training and seminars for community organizations and universities, speaking on relevant topics such as the economic empowerment of women and minorities, and issues within the criminal justice system. Victoria is fluent in Spanish and currently studies French and Arabic. She enjoys cooking and baking, and has a song lyric for every occasion.