Victoria is coming to Nunn, Vhan, and Lang after pursuing a solo family law practice in Snohomish County. She’s a dedicated family law attorney, developing solutions tailored to meet each client’s unique legal needs. In addition to practicing family law, Victoria advocates on behalf of minors as a guardian ad litem (GAL).
Victoria received her law degree from Seattle University School of Law in 2011. While in law school, Victoria focused her legal education on criminal and family law. Victoria enhanced her legal studies with practical experience by participating in the Ronald A. Peterson Domestic Violence Legal Clinic and interning with Eastside Legal Assistance Program. In addition to her studies during her second and third years of law school, Victoria was a criminal law teaching assistant, and a research assistant to the director of the Academic Resource Center at Seattle University School of Law.
Prior to law school, Victoria received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Hawaii. After graduating, she was a legislative analyst in the Hawaii State Senate for two years. She also interned with State of Hawaii Attorney General’s Office, Legislative Division.
In her spare time, Victoria enjoys the company of her husband and elderly cat.
- Seattle University School of Law – 2011
- University of Hawaii at Manoa – 2004
Guardian ad Litem Certification
- Title 13 – 2015
- Title 26 – 2016
Professional Association Membership
- Washington State Bar Association
- Snohomish County Bar Association
- King County Bar Association
Pro Bono Service
- Snohomish County Juvenile Court Services
- Snohomish County Legal Services’ Family Law Clinic
- King County Bar Association Family Law Mentorship Program