Victoria Morris is an associate in the Land Use practice of Jackson Walker’s Dallas office. Her practice focuses on representing property owners, real estate developers, and non-profit organizations in a variety of land use matters, including zoning changes, specific use permits, and planned development districts.
Prior to joining Jackson Walker, Victoria served as a Legal Associate at a leading global investment banking, securities and asset management firm. In that role, she handled regulatory filing documentation for the firm’s U.S.-registered mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and real estate investment vehicles. Victoria also handled various entity and fund formation and dissolution matters, and drafted operating, non-disclosure, investment management and third-party distribution agreements.
During law school, Victoria attended Oxford University’s University College, where she studied international and human rights law. In addition, she worked as a student attorney for the Actual Innocence Clinic, and served as the JD/MBA Society President and SBA Representative.
B.A., Southern Methodist University
M.B.A., SMU Cox School of Business
J.D., SMU Dedman School of Law
Institute for Shipboard Education – Semester at Sea, Spring 2015
- Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch (Woodward/White Inc.), Commercial Litigation, 2023
August 18, 2022Attorney News
‘The Best Lawyers in America’ Honors 214 Jackson Walker Attorneys in 2023 Edition, Including 11 “Lawyers of the Year” and 41 “Ones to Watch”
The Best Lawyers in America has recognized 214 Jackson Walker attorneys across 6 offices and 79 specialty practice areas in its 2023 edition, including 11 Lawyers of the Year and 41 Ones to Watch. Best Lawyers listings are based on an exhaustive peer review survey of thousands of attorneys who vote on the legal abilities of others in their practice areas.
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May 16, 2022Insights
By Suzan Kedron & Victoria Morris
On Wednesday, May 11, 2022, the Dallas City Council approved three amendments to the Mixed Income Housing Development Bonus (MIHDB) program.