Victoria Fuller is a Partner in White and Williams' Boston office. Victoria has over 17 years of experience as a civil litigator, focusing on employment litigation and counseling, business litigation, insurance coverage and bad faith litigation. Victoria is well-known for her creativity, commitment, efficiency and strategic focus with clients.
Victoria regularly represents businesses, educational institutions, and non-profits before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, as well as in state and Federal Court. In addition, she counsels employers with respect to a variety of employment matters including hiring, termination (including RIFs), requests for accommodation, policies and procedures, and restrictive covenants.
Victoria also advises and represents insurers in complex coverage and bad faith disputes. She is also a seasoned commercial litigator and has represented clients in a variety of sophisticated litigation matters.
Victoria formerly served as an editor of the Boston Bar Journal, co-chaired the Boston Bar Association’s Massachusetts Practice and Procedures Committee, and is a former member of the Boston Bar Association’s Education Committee. She is also a volunteer Hearing Committee Member for the Board of Bar Overseers.
Recognition and Involvement
Recognition & Involvement
- ATIXA Civil Rights Investigator Two: Advanced Certificate
- Selected as a Massachusetts “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers from 2012-2016, 2021
Bar and Court Admissions
U.S. District Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut
U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire
United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
- Boston College Law School, J.D., 2006
- Boston College, B.A., English, cum laude, 2003
News & Insights
- 9.14.23 | Labor and Employment Alert
- Student Disciplinary Proceedings Revisited: A Responding Party is Not Entitled to “Quasi-Cross-Examination” in Private School Disciplinary Proceedings2.19.20 | Boston Bar Journal
- The Cross-Examination of Complainants And the Due Process Rights of Respondents in Student Disciplinary Proceedings After Haidak v. University of Massachusetts-Amherst11.21.19 | Boston Bar Journal
- 11.6.18 | Boston Bar Journal
- Represented restaurant in sexual harassment and discrimination action pending in MCAD
- Represented college in failure to accommodate action pending in MCAD
- Represented defense contractor in disability discrimination action in the District of Massachusetts
- Advise and counsel media company with respect to request for accommodation, termination, and wage and hour issues