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undefinedVictoria L. Hightower

Senior Associate

Tel: (702) 475-7964
Direct: (702) 479-5911
Email: vhightower@wrightlegal.net

Victoria L. Hightower is a native of Los Angeles, California where she attended the University of California, Los Angeles, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in American Literature and Culture. After college, Ms. Hightower moved to Washington, D.C. to attend Georgetown University Law Center. As a student there, Ms. Hightower served as a student attorney through Georgetown’s Juvenile Justice Clinic where she represented children in delinquency matters. Further, she served as an Advocate through the Barrister’s Council, Appellate Advocacy Division and was Semi-Finalist in the William E. Leahy Moot Court Competition. Ms. Hightower was also a member of the First Place Team for the Mid-Atlantic Division in the Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition. She was also the Vice President of the Black Law Students’ Association.

Ms. Hightower joined Wright Finlay & Zak in February 2015 as a litigation associate practicing in the areas of commercial litigation, with an emphasis on lender and servicer liability defense, wrongful foreclosure defense and HOA lien law. Prior to joining Wright Finlay and Zak, Ms. Hightower successfully defended lenders and real estate investors in commercial litigation and real estate law matters at the state court, federal court, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and Nevada Supreme Court. She has also practiced in the areas of insurance defense, construction defect, sports and entertainment, bankruptcy, and labor and employment. Ms. Hightower is listed by Super Lawyers as one of the Rising Stars in Nevada in each of the years 2016 – 2018

In her spare time, Ms. Hightower enjoys drawing, painting, running and playing softball.


  • University of California, Los Angeles (B.A., American Literature and Culture, 2003)
  • Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2007)