Victoria is a litigation associate at Bishop & McKenzie. She has assisted with actions at all levels of court in Alberta, including the Alberta Court of Appeal.
Victoria received her Juris Doctor from Queen’s University, where she earned the course prize for highest standing in Contracts, the David Mullan Entrance Scholarship, and placed on the Dean’s List. During law school, Victoria competed in the Isaac Diversity Moot, where her team placed second in the Appellants category. She also worked as a research assistant for Professor Bruce Pardy and as an upper-year academic tutor.
Prior to law school, Victoria received her B.A. from McGill University with distinction. At McGill, Victoria was a competitive debater and played in the McGill Symphony Orchestra. She was also a volunteer math tutor for at-risk high school students and a political science peer mentor.
Victoria’s previous violin studies took her to the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and Meadowmount, NY, among other scholarship programs. She has had the privilege of studying and performing with renowned pedagogues including Pinchas Zukerman, Jon Kimura Parker, Anton Kuerti, James Ehnes, and Bill van der Sloot, among others.
In her spare time, Victoria enjoys running, classical music, and history trivia.