Victoria Clarkson joined the Rogers Law Firm in 2017 as an associate attorney. She represents clients in personal injury matters.
Ms. Clarkson was born and raised in Fayetteville, NC. She attended Campbell University where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration and graduated early in December 2010.
After graduating from Campbell University, she attended Fayetteville Technical Community College where she received her Paralegal Diploma and graduated with Honors in 2012. After working as a paralegal for a year, Ms. Clarkson attended North Carolina Central University School of Law and graduated cum laude in 2016.
While in law school, Attorney Clarkson interned with district court Judge Christine Walczyk in Wake County, interned with the public defender’s abuse and neglect unit in Durham County, and worked as a student intern in NCCU’s Family Law Clinic. Ms. Clarkson also served as a senior editor of North Carolina Central Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Law Review.
Ms. Clarkson earned her license to practice law in August 2016. Following her licensure, she worked as a court appointed attorney in Lee County handling DSS and juvenile cases.
Ms. Clarkson attributes her success to God and is grateful that He allowed her to accomplish so much while being a mother to her awesome son, Chase.