Victoria (Tori) Wenger is a Skadden Fellow, who focuses on voting rights matters. She graduated from New York University School of Law in 2019 where she was a Furman Public Policy Scholar and recipient of the Vanderbilt Medal for outstanding contributions to the law school community. During law school, Tori participated in NYU’s Civil Rights Clinic, as well as clinics with LDF and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and was awarded the Ann Petluck Poses Memorial Prize for outstanding clinical work. Tori served as a student fellow at both NYU’s Center on Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging and at NYU’s Center for Race, Inequality, and the Law.
Prior to law school, Tori worked as a communications association at the national office of Advancement Project where she focused on voting rights and police accountability. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a joint degree in African American Studies and Government.
Tori is not yet admitted to the bar. She passed the 2019 New York State Bar Examination, and her application for admission is pending. She is supervised by members of the New York bar.