Victor is a lawyer in the firm’s commercial real estate group, where his practice is primarily focused on assisting and advising clients regarding a broad range of commercial and real estate law financing, leasing, construction, land development, and transactional closing matters. Victor works closely with each client to ensure that their best interests are always upheld and that they are informed at all stages of their matter.
After summering and articling with the firm, Victor returned to Loopstra Nixon as an associate following his call to the Bar in 2021. Victor obtained his Juris Doctor (JD) from Osgoode Hall Law School, where he graduated in the top 10 percent of his class, and won the prizes for first year tort law and upper year administrative law. During his time at Osgoode, Victor was a research assistant for Professor Alan Hutchinson and also served as a criminal law division leader in the Community Legal Aid Services Programme, where he routinely advocated for clients before Judges and Justices of the Peace before the Ontario Court of Justice.
Victor also holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Sociology from York University, where he graduated with the summa cum laude distinction.
Outside of the office, Victor is a disciplined runner who has completed the annual Terry Fox run since 2014, as well as two marathons and counting. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing basketball, and is a movie enthusiast.