Victoria Chase teaches the Domestic Violence Clinic. She also has taught courses in Evidence, Disability Law and Professional Responsibility. Before joining the Rutgers faculty, Victoria was Executive Director of the Legal Clinic for the Disabled, a public interest nonprofit law firm providing legal services to people with disabilities. Victoria's diverse employment history includes stints as a commercial litigator with Manko, Gold, Katcher and Fox, LLP and as an Honors Attorney with the U.S. Department of Transportation. She is experienced in disability law, transportation law, environmental law and toxic torts, family law and protection from abuse, public benefits, special education, and consumer protection. She graduated cum laude from Rutgers School of Law-Camden in 1998. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the College of William and Mary in 1991. In 2004, the Philadelphia Business Journal named Victoria to the "40 under 40"ï¿½ recognizing her as one of the region's top young professionals.
Victoria Chase teaches in the Domestic Violence Clinic and is the chair for clinical programs. She has experience in disability law, transportation law, environmental law, family law, public benefits, special education, and consumer protection. She formerly worked as the Executive Director of the Legal Clinic for the Disabled, a commercial litigator and for the U.S. Department of Transportation.
- Clinical Legal Education
- Domestic Violence
- Poverty Law
- Trial Advocacy