Victoria Clark is the Managing Attorney of Clark Law, PLLC, a law practice she founded in 2018. In her practice, Victoria represents entrepreneurs, and established businesses in transactional and litigation matters, as well as consults on business issues and brand protection. In addition, she represents individuals facing criminal charges both privately and as a member of the Criminal Justice Act panel, which ensures indigent defendants have access to quality legal counsel. Prior to starting her firm, Victoria served as a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas J. Motley in the District of Columbia Superior Court. She also interned in the General Counsel's office at Time, Inc. in New York City, where she assisted attorneys with legal matters related to intellectual property, advertising, and data privacy. As an undergraduate, she interned at the United States Department of State.
Victoria serves as the Co-Chair for the National Bar Association's Economic Empowerment Committee, is a member of the Arena Stage Young Patrons Board, and is the Immediate Past President of the Northern Virginia Urban League Young Professionals Network.
The daughter of an Army veteran, Victoria is from Fayetteville, North Carolina but lived in several states throughout her childhood. She graduated from North Carolina State University in three years with a BA in Philosophy with a concentration in the philosophy of law and a minor in Spanish. She studied abroad in Santander, Spain. She then graduated from Cornell Law School, where she studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain.
Victoria is fluent in Spanish, and conversational in French and Arabic. She is currently studying Amharic. She and her Cockapoo Coconut split their time between Washington, D.C. and North Carolina.