Victoria Ramos Queneau
Victoria Ramos Queneau is an attorney in the Corporate & Securities practice of Jackson Walker’s Austin office.
While in law school, Victoria was an intern for the Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Transportation and for the Safe Passage Project, assisting the supervising attorney in direct representation of unaccompanied minors in immigration court. She served as Senior Staff Editor of the Columbia Law Review and was the Student Editor of the Columbia Foundation Moot Court. Victoria also participated in the Columbia Entrepreneurship & Community Development Clinic, which provides free transactional legal services to low-income entrepreneurs in Harlem. In that role, she led a negotiation workshop for 17 MWBE construction companies submitting contractor bids to Columbia.
B.A., summa cum laude, Texas Tech University
- Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society
- Highest Ranked Undergraduate Thesis, “Girls that Go Bump in the Night: Women’s Voices in British and Spanish Gothic Fiction”
A.M., Harvard University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
- Award for Excellence in Teaching
J.D., Columbia Law School
- Columbia Law Review, Senior Staff Editor
- Columbia Foundation Moot Court, Student Editor
- Latinx Law Student Association, Professional Development Committee
- Native American Law Student Association Moot Court, National Competitor
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