Victoria joined Sonn Macmillan Walker as a Paralegal in September 2017 part-time whilst completing her studies. She started her training contract with us in December 2019 and qualified as a solicitor in October 2021.
Victoria graduated with a First-Class Honours degree in Law and History from the University of Kent in 2016. She achieved a Distinction grade in Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in July 2018. Between January– April 2019 Victoria volunteered in Arizona. She worked with the Arizona Capital Representation Project assisting indigenous people on death row with appealing their death sentence.
Victoria qualified as Police Station Representative in February 2020. She regularly attends the police station, advising and representing people for a range of allegations. Victoria has built an excellent reputation for her police station attendances in a short period of time. She has achieved a number of outstanding results and regularly receives good feedback from clients.
Victoria has a broad range of experience. She advises clients from the very start of their matters in the police station and throughout the court process. She has experience in litigating cases of multi-million fraud and murder charges, as well as extensive experience in preparing magistrates’ Court trials, including youth work.
Victoria takes pride in her commitment to each client’s and works diligently to prepare cases to the highest standard. She is able to adapt to the needs of her clients and is especially skilled and patient when it comes to ensuring her clients understand the full case against them and her advice.
What people are saying
“Victoria Jackson was stellar [she] as understood the legal and human side. Thanks for helping” Client, 2021.
“Victoria Jackson was excellent” Client, 2020.
“Victoria was also invaluable in this process. She demonstrated a full working knowledge of the case at all times; had her finger on any evidence and difficulties with instructions and prior to her departure was instrumental in the origins of the tracing exercise on VAT and Excise forms and loading notes that PL and Victoria originally worked together on.” Counsel, 2019.
R v B (2021) – Our client was charged with possession of a bladed article. Following our written argument that the proceedings amounted to an abuse of process, the prosecution offered no evidence for this allegation. Click here to read more.
R v A (2021) – Our client was a vulnerable 18 year old charged with attempted robbery and unlawful wounding. She was acquitted of all charges following a 4 day trial. Click here to read more.