Victoria Henien is an associate with Hand Arendall Harrison Sale. Prior to joining the Firm, Victoria worked as a South Carolina Circuit Court Judicial Law Clerk for two years. This position provided extensive experience in the chambers of the Chief Administrative Judge for three counties assisting in Business Court, Civil Circuit Court and Criminal Circuit Court.
Victoria obtained her Juris Doctor from Charleston School of Law in 2019. While in law school, she was a legal intern at the Charleston County Probate Court and the City of Charleston Corporation Council.
Additionally, she was the Service Chair of the Christian Legal Society, a member of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity and volunteered with the SBA Ronald McDonald House Charities. Upon law school graduation, she was honored with a Pro Bono Recognition for service.
Victoria earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Mississippi, where she graduated in 2016, majoring in political science with a minor in English. She greatly enjoyed her time at the University of Mississippi and loves to return to Oxford for fall football games in the Grove. Victoria was involved in Alpha Delta Pi sorority recruitment and philanthropy leadership.
Born in Chicago Illinois, she then moved to Orlando, Florida with her family at an early age. She currently resides in Fort Walton Beach with her doodle, Henri. In addition to practicing law, she enjoys being involved in church, spending time with her family, and living on the Emerald Coast.
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J.D., Charleston School of Law, 2019
B.A., Political Science and English, University of Mississippi, 2016