Victoria is an Associate at Marshall Diel and Myers. After studying international relations at Western University in Canada Victoria then completed her legal studies in the UK, obtaining her LLB at the University of Exeter and LPC and LLM at the University of Law. Victoria was a summer student with MDM in the summer of 2017 and was the recipient of the Marshall Diel and Myers Limited Legal Scholarship Award for that year. In her final year at law school, Victoria was nominated for the Ashurst Outstanding Law Student Prize.
After completing her studies, Victoria began her legal career undertaking her pupillage at Marshall Diel and Myers under the training of Adam Richards, Katie Tornari and Darren Donnithorne wherein she completed seats with the Matrimonial and Family, Litigation and Advice, and Property and Estate Planning teams. Victoria was subsequently called to the bar in 2019. So far in Victoria’s fledgling career she has appeared in both the Magistrates and Supreme Courts on a variety of civil and matrimonial matters.
Victoria’s interests primarily focus on family law. Victoria has experience dealing with a variety of aspects of family and matrimonial work including divorce, children matters, financial matters, Hague Abduction Convention applications, and domestic violence protection orders.
Additionally, Victoria has experience in civil litigation particularly in property disputes and landlord tenant matters, as well as in Estate Planning.
Victoria is committed to working with her clients to come up with solutions that are best suited to their unique circumstances.
Western University – Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Relations (with Distinction)
Exeter University – LLB
University of Law – LLM in Professional Legal Practice (with Distinction)
Bermuda Bar 2019
Member, Bermuda Bar Association
Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public
President, Bermuda Young Lawyers Group
Secretary, Bermuda Bar Council Sub-Committee for the Advancement of Privacy Law and Appropriate Regulation of the Legal Industry.