Adjunct Professor of Law
B.A., University of Toronto; M.A., University of Massachusetts at Boston; J.D., Cornell Law School; LL.M., Cornell Law School.
Victoria Moshiashwili, a member of the New York bar, currently works as a law clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. In this capacity, she reviews case files that include complex medical and legal issues, and drafts appellate legal opinions.
She formerly worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, where she taught Legal Writing and Analysis, Introduction to Advocacy, Professional Responsibility, Advanced Legal Writing (academic writing), Introduction to U.S. Law (for international LL.M. students) and Contracts (for a LawMAP pre-law program).
After law school, she worked for Linklaters LLP, in London, England, as a U.S. Associate in the Equity and Debt Markets Group. In this position, she represented and advised corporate and investment banking clients in connection with multi-jurisdictional debt securities offerings; managed debt draw-down transactions for SLM Corp., supervised due diligence teams in multiple European jurisdictions, and reviewed and edited transactional documents.
Prior to attending law school, Professor Moshiashwili had a career in museum work, specializing in first-person historical presentations, and worked at museums and historical sites including Greenfield Village in Michigan and Plimoth (Plymouth) Plantation in Massachusetts. She co-founded History Alive, a company that presented educational first-person historical performances.