Victoria Moore

Victoria is a paralegal in the adult brain injury team.  She joined Bolt Burdon Kemp in January 2019.

After achieving a 2:1 honours law degree at the University of Sussex in 2014, Victoria worked as a litigation paralegal and provided debt advice as a volunteer at a local law centre, before taking some time out to travel.  Whilst she was living in New Zealand, Victoria volunteered for a legal helpline, providing free legal advice to the community.  Supporting and advising vulnerable clients inspired her to pursue a legal career in Clinical Negligence and led her to finding a role at Bolt Burdon Kemp upon her return to the UK.  She will be starting the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in September 2019 with the desire to qualify as a solicitor in this sector.

Through managing her own caseload in her previous position as a litigation paralegal, she has an excellent understanding of how to manage claims efficiently.  This role also allowed Victoria to develop valuable client care skills – she always ensures she provides the highest standard of service to clients and maintains a high degree of professionalism.

Victoria currently assists Laura Barlow and Rujina Begum with a broad range of issues, assisting primarily in cases for adults who have suffered a brain injury.

Victoria is keen to support brain injury charities such as the Silverlining and Headway and is excited to get involved with events throughout the year.

Outside of work, Victoria enjoys exploring new countries and cooking dishes inspired by her travels through India and South East Asia.