Victoria Greening is a highly experienced court lawyer. Victoria had first class training with Crown Office in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she trained as a criminal lawyer. She has worked as a prosector for over seven years, first with Crown Office in Scotland and then when she moved back to Bermuda in 2014 with the Department of Public Prosecutions. Before moving back home, she spent three years working in Scotland as a criminal defence lawyer where she worked closely with some of Scotland's finest advocates.
For the past ten years, Victoria has been successful on both sides of the courtroom in a large number of criminal and civil cases. She has worked on many high profile murders and other legally complex trials, both locally and overseas. Victoria currently represents a large number of defendants charged with the most serious crimes, as well as a number of interested parties in judicial review proceedings. She has also recently been successful in helping a number of clients resolve conflict in child custody and domestic disputes.
Alongside her career in the courts, Victoria worked for three years as a Tutor in Criminal Law and the Laws of Evidence with the College of Law at the University of Edinburgh.
Victoria's academic background includes degrees in Psychology (Bsc(Hons)), Political Philosophy with International and European Human Rights Law and Theoretical Criminology (MSc), Law and a Diploma in Forensic Medicine.
In the summer of 2018 Victoria was appointed Temporary Assistant Registrar to the Supreme Court in Bermuda.
Victoria draws on her diverse academic and practical experience to achieve positive results in the courtroom and beyond. She is passionate about working within a compassionate, ethical and empathetic model to ensure that her clients and their families feel supported and well looked after.
Victoria has been described as attentive and diligent in the preparation and presentation of her cases and is fearless in the pursuit of justice.