Victoria Elliott has always been a firm believer that teachers change the world through the children they teach. This belief led Victoria to attend the University of Texas at Austin where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Learning and Development.
Upon graduation, Victoria began her professional career by becoming a public educator in Plano and Frisco ISD. She taught special education high school and elementary students. Working in classrooms with a wide range of ages and levels of students, allowed her to gain first-hand experience and observe the successes and challenges that school districts face in all areas, but especially when it comes to the law.
Victoria was raised by a father who practiced law and through him, she learned a love and respect for the law. Her father frequently took her to court with him and always shared lessons learned through his cases and experiences as an attorney. Knowing the hardships that school districts face, Victoria believed that she could have a larger impact in children’s lives by attending law school and applying her love for both the law and education to the field of education law. She graduated with a Juris Doctorate degree from UNT Dallas College of Law in 2018. She is now an associate at Leasor Crass where she uses her unique background in an effort to better all students’ educational experience.
Areas Of Practice
Education Law, Special Education
B.S., The University of Texas at Austin, 2014, Honors
M.Ed., West Texas A & M, 2019
J.D., The University of North Texas Dallas College of Law, 2018, Cum Laude
State Bar of Texas, Juvenile Law, School Law, and Women and the Law Sections