This week’s featured attorney is Victoria Armstrong. An integral part of Taylor Day’s PIP Defense team, she recently released an article examining the question raised by the Fourth District regarding Sovereign Immunity Liability. Originally from Waterloo, Ontario, we look back at how she came to be at Taylor Day.
What made you decide to move to the U.S., specifically Florida?
After taking the LSAT, I received surveys about what type of law I wanted to practice and where. After I completed the surveys, I started to receive literature from Florida Coastal. I toured the school with my Dad and decided I was moving to Florida.
What made you decide to stay in Florida once you graduated?
Sun, sand and not having to scrape my car or shovel the driveway. I also love Jacksonville and have great friends here!
You recently got engaged to your fiancé Jason. How did the two of you meet?
I went on a date with his roommate, who then introduced me to Jason.
When not practicing law, what are some of your favorite past-times?
Going to the beach, traveling and trying to keep up with book club.
If you weren’t practicing law, what else would you be doing?
An interior designer/decorator.
If you’d like to learn more about Victoria and her dog Cali, view her online biography.