Victoria Stadick graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Juvenile Justice. After working in a residential unit for at-risk youth for one year, she went on to attend Wayne State University Law School, graduating in 2019. While in law school, Victoria served as Secretary of the Women’s Law Caucus, as well as an Article Editor and Senior Note Editor for the Journal of Law in Society.
Victoria joined Mindell Law as a clerk in 2017 and became a full-time attorney after being admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in November 2019. While clerking for Mindell Law, Victoria also worked part-time at the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in the Juvenile Division, General Trials Unit, and Violent Crimes Unit. She worked on a large variety of cases and gained very valuable court and legal experience.
Victoria has always been devoted to helping others and is very excited to continue her legal career.
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