Member Spotlight - Victoria Hernandez


HBA-DC Member Spotlight: Victoria Hernandez

Victoria Hernandez currently works as a Supervising Attorney with the Domestic Violence/Family Law Program at Ayuda, a local non-profit dedicated to providing both legal and social services to immigrants in the tri-state area. She previously served as a Staff Attorney in the Program. Victoria provides legal representation to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking who seekprotection orders and resolution in family law matters (e.g. divorce, legal separation, custody, and child support) at D.C. Superior Court as well as Maryland state courts. Additionally, she works with the D.C., Maryland, and U.S. governments to ensure her clients' interests are conveyed and honored in criminal cases. Prior to working at Ayuda, Victoria was a law fellow at the D.C. Volunteer Lawyers Project and a law clerk at the Law Offices of Cohen & Hertz, PC. Victoria received her J.D. from the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law in 2015 and her Bachelor of Science in Public Management and Policy from The University of Arizona in 2012.

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