Victoria has a wealth of experience advising both claimants and defendants on a wide range of complex commercial disputes in the High Court.

She regularly advises on contractual and professional negligence claims and has ample experience in alternative dispute resolution, with a particular focus on mediation. Her practice spans a range of sectors.

Victoria has experience of practising in-house and also holds an MBA. This means that she is well placed to provide strategic advice to achieve commercial solutions for her clients.

Victoria has a strong interest in pro bono; prior to joining TLT in 2022, she managed the pro bono practice at an international law firm. She also sits on the Associates Committee of the Commercial Litigators’ Forum.

Jurisdiction: England & Wales


  • Acting as lead associate in defence of two individuals in a claim for fraud, breach of directors’ duties, breach of contract and negligence in relation to a £60m+ pension dispute (featured in The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2018), resulting in a successful outcome at trial on all counts. KeyMed (Medical & Insurance Equipment) Ltd v (1) Hillman (2) Woodford [2019] EWHC 485 (Ch)
  • Defending a plastics manufacturer in a claim for negligence and breach of contract. 
  • Advising a range of public bodies on a variety of breach of contract claims in respect of IT solutions.
  • Defending a bank in injunctive proceedings and subsequent litigation concerning competition law claims.