Victoria will be entering her final year at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at UBC. She was born and raised in Vancouver, and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Simon Fraser University. During her undergraduate studies, Victoria facilitated youth education workshops and worked closely with legal-aid non-profits, including West Coast LEAF and Access Pro Bono. She continues to volunteer with these groups.
As a law student, Victoria has held leadership positions with the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program, and the Allard Law Students’ Society. She looks forward to serving as incoming President of the Legal Education Outreach Program. Outside of volunteering, Victoria was fortunate to participate in the Indigenous Cultural Competency Certificate Program, and the BC Law Schools Competitive Moot focused on contract law. She also enjoyed working in the Career Services Office and as a Research Assistant in employment law. In recognition of her academic excellence and community service, Victoria received the Law Foundation Public Interest Award.
In her spare time, Victoria enjoys staying active, musical theatre, and dog-sitting for her loved ones.