Victoria Lew is an Associate in the Los Angeles office, practicing in the areas of civil and commercial litigation. Ms. Lew has experience representing corporate clients in general liability, business tort, breach of contract, and products liability matters.
Ms. Lew's clients have included various Fortune 500 companies, including real estate developers and manufacturers. Highly skilled in all phases of the litigation process, including discovery, motion practice, and oral advocacy, Ms. Lew has negotiated settlements, and engaged in successful mediations on behalf of her clients.
A graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, Ms. Lew focused her studies on areas of International Law and Critical Race Studies. Prior to law school, Ms. Lew earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Peace Studies from the University of Notre Dame, graduating cum laude.
While in law school, Ms. Lew externed for the Honorable Laurence D. Rubin at the California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District. Additionally, Ms. Lew was also a full-time extern for the Department of Justice, National Security Division, where she assisted victims of international crimes to navigate foreign justice systems. Further, Ms. Lew represented UCLA Law at the Jean-Pictet International Moot Court Competition, a week-long competition focused on international humanitarian law. Ms. Lew also served as an editor for the UCLA Law Pacific Basin Law Journal, as well as the UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs.
- University of California, Los Angeles, Juris Doctor (2020)
- University of Notre Dame, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Peace Studies
- cum laude