Victoria L. Glover

Victoria Glover

Victoria Glover brings valuable experience from her work with federal public defenders, state’s attorneys, and judges to her commercial litigation practice. Victoria's practice covers a variety of complex litigation matters, from class action defense to breach of contract claims. She has experience with multiple aspects of litigation, including discovery practice and disputes, taking and defending depositions, and trial.

Prior to joining Venable, Victoria completed an internship with the Office of the Federal Public Defender in the Eastern District of Virginia, a judicial internship with Arlington Circuit Court in Arlington, Virginia, and an internship with the State’s Attorney’s Office for Frederick County, Maryland. She graduated magna cum laude from George Mason University School of Law, where she served on the leadership teams of the George Mason Law Review and Moot Court Board.

Related Practices


Representative Matters

  • Successfully defended against three class action lawsuits alleging violation of Florida’s wiretap statute by use of session replay software on commercial websites. Obtained favorable motion to dismiss ruling and voluntary dismissals
  • Quashed a third-party subpoena on behalf of an environmental trade association in insurance defense litigation
  • Successfully defended against two class action lawsuits alleging violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and state consumer protection statutes. Obtained two favorable motion to dismiss rulings and voluntary dismissals




  • J.D. magna cum laude George Mason University School of Law 2020
    • Associate editor for developments, George Mason Law Review
    • Managing justice, Moot Court Board
    • George Mason American Inn of Court
  • B.A. English Language and Literature, and French (double major) magna cum laude University of Maryland 2017
    • Minor: Limited Enrollment Law and Society

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia