Victoria is an associate in our Halifax office and her practice has a focus on litigation. Prior to law school, Victoria studied at Queen’s University and graduated on the Dean’s Honour List with a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Politics. Upon graduation, Victoria spent two years in Ottawa working on Parliament Hill as a political staffer. During her time in Ottawa, Victoria was involved in many political campaigns. Eager to get back to the east coast, she started law school at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. While in law school Victoria was a member of Community Outreach Society and played intramural soccer. In the fall of her third year at school, Victoria spent a term studying law at the National University of Singapore. Always keen on travel she had the opportunity to visit many countries in Southeast Asia to learn about their culture and government. Outside of work, Victoria was Captain of Newfoundland’s Canada Summer Games Soccer Team in 2004 and today Victoria has interests in distance running, World Cup soccer, and baking.
B.A., Politics (Hons.), Queen's University
J.D., Dalhousie University