Attorney Victoria Alford
Attorney Victoria Alford of Arnold & Itkin LLP joined the firm in spring 2012. Ms. Alford has always had a passion for justice and for helping people, so joining the team at Arnold & Itkin was a natural transition. Since starting at the firm, she has served as an assistant to many different cases. One of her major passions is helping mothers whose children have suffered harm due to dangerous pharmaceuticals. She also has experience with various types of personal injury cases. Ms. Alford was even involved in the representation of certain victims of the BP 2010 oil spill and Deepwater Horizon explosion.
While she was just in high school, Ms. Alford got her first taste for public service while interning for the Texas State Senate in Austin. This experience in her life compelled her to attend Baylor University where she completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. While she was pursuing her undergraduate education, she served as a Bob Bullock Scholar during the 81st Texas Legislative Session. She also was awarded the Mayborn Scholarship which allowed her to intern in Washington D.C.
Ms. Alford made the decision to serve in the public sector for some time before pursuing her Juris Doctor. First, she was employed at a State Senator's office, but then moved to Washington D.C. once again to serve as an assistant to a Texas Congressman.
At this point in her career, she attended South Texas College of Law and obtained several awards and accolades while doing so. While in law school, she also served as a judicial clerk to Harris County's 234th District Court. She then arrived at Arnold & Itkin where she was a clerk until she graduated law school and then stayed at the firm full-time. She has a passion for justice and for people, which allows her to fight aggressively for clients while providing them with compassionate care.