Victoria, a Knoxville native, graduated fifth in her class from Wake Forest University School of Law. She earned the Dean Suzanne Reynolds Awards for Academic Excellence in Business Organizations, Federal Income Taxation, Decedents’ Estates and Trusts, Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, and Professional Responsibility. Victoria served as the Executive Editor of the Wake Forest Law Review and the Vice President of the Christian Legal Society. She is an inductee of the Wake Forest Pro Bono Honors Society and the Order of the Coif. Also during her time at Wake, Victoria had the privilege of externing in Washington, D.C., for the Chief Administrative Law Judge at the Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Hearings and Appeals.
Prior to attending law school, Victoria graduated magna cum laude from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in Economics with a collateral in Finance and a minor in Political Science.
A classically trained pianist since 2004, Victoria enjoys serving in the worship ministry at her church in Halls. She also is an avid (indoor) cyclist, and her favorite weekend activity is hunting for vintage treasures in local thrift stores.
Areas of Practice
– Business and Commercial Transactions
– Business Formations
– Real Estate