Victoria Kelley is a law graduate for the Business Law Department with Foley & Lardner LLP. Victoria is based in the Washington, D.C. office where she is a member of the Finance Practice Group. Victoria is not admitted to practice law in any state.
Victoria graduated from the University of Norte Dame Law School where she was president of the Black Student Law Students Association, receiving the Dwight King Service Award for her devotion to the association and the law school community. During law school, she also received the Peter A.R. Lardy Scholarship Award for exemplifying courage, love, and understanding towards others, along with the Judge Joseph E. Mahoney Award for outstanding leadership. Victoria also participated in the Community Development Clinic where she advised nonprofit boards and small businesses on non-litigation matters.
Victoria was a summer associate at Foley in the Milwaukee and Washington, D.C. offices where she collaborated with attorneys in multiple practice groups on client matters. Prior to Foley, Victoria was the lead teacher for KIPP DC in Washington, D.C. and the Community Action Project in Tulsa, Oklahoma promoting social-emotional, mathematical, and literacy growth for students.
Victoria is not admitted to practice law in any state.