Victoria Haddad is a native of Houston, Texas. Prior to attending law school, Victoria earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Criminology, Law & Society at the University of St. Thomas, where she received a full ride scholarship. Victoria graduated with Honors and was a member of the pre-law and mock trial programs. During her time at the University of St. Thomas, she was also a keynote speaker at various engagements aimed at fundraising for greater access to education.
At South Texas College of Law Houston, Victoria was a recipient of the Dean’s Merit Scholarship and worked as a law clerk while completing her studies. She was the Philanthropy Chair of the South Texas Women’s Law Society and a member of the Garland Walker Inn of Court. Prior to joining Abraham Watkins, Victoria’s passion for the law led her to spend five years in the legal field, gaining invaluable experience as an intern and law clerk focused on civil litigation.
Victoria’s journey at Abraham Watkins commenced with her participation in a significant case involving a chemical plant fire and explosion alongside Partner Benny Agosto. The team achieved a remarkable $28,591,000 verdict on behalf of five clients injured in the 2019 ExxonMobil Baytown Olefins Plant Explosion.
With her impressive academic background, experience, and relentless drive for justice, Victoria continues to be a formidable asset to the firm and a beacon of advocacy for her clients.