Victoria Reilly Brown focuses her practice on general civil and commercial litigation matters at the state and federal level, as well as catastrophic personal injury cases and criminal matters. A graduate of New England Law | Boston, Tori first joined the firm as a law clerk before becoming an associate. Her clients have quickly become used to her empathy, understanding, and commitment.Read More
Tori wanted to pursue a career in law from a young age. After graduating from Northeastern University with a degree in criminal justice, she continued her education with the Boston University Center for Professional Education, earning certification as a paralegal. She then worked as a litigation paralegal for firms such as Jones Kelleher and Martin, Magnuson, McCarthy & Kenney in Boston, aiding in all aspects of litigation support, including factual investigation and discovery, document review, deposition preparation, and trial preparation. She also drafted pleadings, subpoenas, and various motions, while simultaneously attending law school in the evening.
This hands-on experience, coupled with her desire to help clients navigate what may be the hardest time they’ve ever been made to face, convinced her to obtain her law degree. Tori’s goal is to provide each client she serves a sense of understanding, to let him or her know there’s someone in his or her corner, and that she and the rest of the firm will fight to achieve the best results possible for him or her. Tori’s work ethic and natural ability to make clients feel at ease have given her the ability to provide needed guidance and smart counsel in several high-stakes matters.