Victoria joined Augustine Bater Binks LLP in September 2019. Before joining the firm, she practiced civil litigation, including plaintiff personal injury, insurance defense and commercial litigation in Ottawa. Currently, she practices in the area of civil litigation, including plaintiff personal injury, commercial litigation, estate litigation, residential and commercial real estate disputes, construction lien litigation and condominium litigation. She has appeared in both the Ontario Small Claims Court and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Through her effective advocacy skills, Victoria is able to hone confidence and trust from her clients, and ultimately obtain successful results for them.
Victoria obtained her Juris Doctorate from The University of Ottawa, after obtaining her Bachelor of Arts from McGill University. After completing her articles at a boutique litigation firm in Ottawa, she was called to the Bar in Ontario in 2013.
A strong sense of community was instilled in Victoria at a very young age. She is involved in the legal community and particularly involved with the Advocacy Club, where she mentors junior lawyers regarding oral advocacy skills. She will be teaching the Debtors and Creditors course to students in the Law Clerk Program at Algonquin College in the winter of 2020 and has previously taught the Estate Litigation course to law students at The University of Ottawa.
Outside of the legal world, Victoria is the President of the Board of Directors of the Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing Corporation, which is a rent-geared-to-income housing initiative available to single parents and their children.
When not working or volunteering, Victoria enjoys spending time with friends and family, and her cat, Jellybean.
- Called to the Bar, 2013
- J.D., The University of Ottawa, 2012
- B.A., McGill University, 2009
- Law Society of Ontario
- County of Carleton Law Association
- Advocacy Club
Field of Practice
- Civil litigation
- Construction law
- Motor vehicle accidents & personal injury
- Estate litigation