Victoria Hawley Crittenden


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Victoria (“Tor”) Hawley Crittenden practices in civil, commercial, and intellectual property litigation.  Prior to law school, Tor was an elementary teacher in the Scottsdale Unified School District and the Phoenix Elementary School District #1.

Tor earned her Juris Doctorate from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where she served on numerous boards including the Chicano Latino Law Student Association and the Black Law Student Association. Tor also served as an associate editor of the Law Journal for Social Justice and a research assistant for Professor Angela Banks, who specializes in education and immigration law.  During her 2L year, Tor earned the Best Oral Advocate Award for a national moot court competition through the National Latino Law Student Association. During her law school career, Tor launched a company aimed at providing resources and access to justice for marginalized communities. She is a Perdick Scholar and a CALI award winner. During her law school career, Tor earned the highest distinction for pro-bono work.

In her free time, Tor enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog, having “games nights” and pool days with friends and family, and practicing yoga. Tor is also a creative entrepreneur and owns her own photography company. Spanish language level: conversational.

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