Victoria Inojosa is an associate in the Litigation Department of Foley & Lardner LLP, and a member of the firm's Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice. Victoria is admitted to practice law only in Virginia. She is practicing under the supervision of a member of the District of Columbia bar.
Prior to joining Foley, Victoria served as a summer associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. In this role, she researched a variety of legal issues focusing primarily on Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA) investigations and violations. Victoria also assisted with pro bono asylum and eviction cases in the D.C. area, and drafted a law review article discussing pro bono disability litigation in Washington.
While in law school, Victoria taught a constitutional law course to inmates at a maximum-security prison. She also worked as a clinical student for the Cornell Law Capital Punishment Clinic, the Saginaw Chippewa Disenrollment Clinic, and the Cornell Labor Law Clinic. As part of the Labor Law Clinic, Victoria traveled to Bogota, Colombia to interview labor leaders and prepared a report for the United Nations Human Rights Council. She also served as a legal intern for Senator Dick Durbin of the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary.
Victoria is admitted to practice law only in Virginia. She is practicing under the supervision of a member of the District of Columbia bar.
Victoria is fluent in Spanish.