Victoria Roytenberg received her J.D. from CUNY Law School, in Queens, New York. While at CUNY, she was a staff member of the CUNY Law Review, a student clinician in the Adult Defender Clinic, and defended students facing long-term exclusion from NYC public schools through the Suspension Representation Project. During law school, Victoria interned at The Legal Aid Society in the Criminal Defense Practice. Victoria spent summers interning with the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia and the Orleans Public Defenders. Prior to law school, Victoria worked as a paralegal at The Legal Aid Society in the Juvenile Rights Practice and at the Central American Solidarity Association of Maryland, as a legal assistant.