Centering her client's goals to develop creative and strategic solutions, Victoria draws from her experience within the IP and entertainment space, including at The Walt Disney Studios, Sony Music Entertainment, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, The NYC Mayor’s Office for Media and Entertainment, The Fried Firm, FilmNation, and Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard LLP. Victoria Lowe is a skilled transactional practitioner with a passion for entrepreneurship and the arts. Victoria graduated from Bates College, where she double majored in American Cultural Studies and Dance. She also attended Spelman College as a domestic exchange student, where she earned the distinction of honors and served on the Executive Board of Spelman Dance Theatre.
Victoria received her law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where she served as the President of the Black Law Students Association, an executive board member of the Minority Law Students Association, a Public Service Scholar, and a Staff Editor of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition Honor Society. She also held the position of Secretary for the Northeastern Black Law Students Association, a regional affiliate of the National Black Law Students Association.
Victoria frequently speaks and writes on the subject of intellectual property and is involved in the Cardozo alumni network.