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Victoria Wright nominated for Women and Diversity in Law Awards
With more than 260 nominees across all categories, the line up reflects the inspirational work taking place to make the UK legal sector more equitable, diverse and inclusive. We want to congratulate each and every individual, team and organisation on the list.
Hosted by the legendary diversity campaigner Baroness Floella Benjamin, the 2024 Women and Diversity in Law Awards recognised the exceptional individuals and teams making the UK legal profession more diverse and inclusive.
It’s brilliant to see Victoria recognised within this group of individuals, teams, businesses and not-for-profits.
Victoria Wright is a highly experienced commercial litigator with a focus on intellectual property and technology-related disputes. She is Managing Partner of White & Black Limited. An Oxford University graduate, Victoria qualified as a solicitor in 2007.
Victoria focuses on the resolution of commercial disputes, with particular expertise in technology-related disputes involving intellectual property disputes and infringements, restraint of trade, and restrictive covenant issues (including the obtaining of springboard relief and ex-parte injunctions). Her practice also involves shareholder disputes and major contractual claims, most notably in the telecoms and digital media sectors. She has extensive experience of High Court litigation acting for medium and large-sized corporations and is known for her commercial and pragmatic approach.
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