Victoria Nedospasova joined the firm’s litigation group in 2015 after moving to Huntsville from Tuscaloosa, where she worked with the law firm of Prince, Glover & Hayes, P.C. over the past four years. She litigated various toxic tort and product liability cases among other matters.
Victoria holds two law degrees, an L.L.M. degree from The University of Alabama School of Law and an L.L.B. degree from the Volograd State University in Russia. At Volograd State, Victoria was an honors graduate and authored six articles published in the Student Research Journal focusing on international legal issues.
In 2010, Victoria joined the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. In 2011, she (for the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill Response) served as an Executive Aide for the Federal On-Scene Coordinator. She conducted in-depth legal research on a controversial clean-up project involving the state representative of Alabama, several mayors, and one of the largest landowners in Alabama.
In 2014, she was designated as a Legal Assistance Attorney for the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve in New Orleans, LA. She provides legal assistance involving various consumer, immigration and family law issues to active duty, reserve and retired military members on weekends.
Victoria is fluent in both Russian and French.
- Recipient of the National Defense Service Medal and the Coast Guard Reserve Good Conduct Medal
- Winner of the International Essay Writing Contest (2008)
- Diploma for the research work “Global Problems of Struggle Against Drugs: Ways of Solution.” (2007)
- Award for active participation in the work of section of state and civil law (2007)
- Vice-Director of the ABA Disaster Legal Services Team (2015)
- Chair for the Internal ABA Entities Subcommittee of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee (2014)
- Interest Group Coordinator for the ABA Law Practice Division (2014)
Victoria enjoys running, swimming, and painting.