Victoria Brophey George is an associate who supports employers on issues arising out of employment. She provides counseling on workplace discrimination, harassment, leave laws, workplace accommodations, wage and hour matters, and defends against related claims. Victoria’s experience includes preparing pleadings and motions, as well as supporting the deposition process. Victoria also drafts and reviews client policies for compliance with applicable employment law.
Prior to joining Morgan, Brown & Joy as an associate, Victoria served as a law clerk to the firm while at Northeastern School of Law. Her background also includes working as a litigation associate at a small Boston area firm. In this position, she established strong skills drafting pleadings, motions and memoranda. In addition to her work at law firms, Victoria served as a judicial intern with the Honorable Nathaniel M. Gorton in the United States District for District of Massachusetts.
The Personal Perspective
As a former competitive rower, Victoria is acutely aware of the impact teamwork has on achieving successful outcomes. Victoria’s knowledge about the importance of communication, hard work and trusting relationships took root after numerous hours working with her rowing teams at Phillips Academy and Princeton University. Like rowing, being a good lawyer requires strategic collaboration and focused dedication. She uses this insight in tandem with her technical, legal skills to be sure clients are informed and protected.
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