Victoria Pitt

Victoria Pitt graduated from the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia with a Baccalaureate (Honors) in Classics in 1975. In 1979, she graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Laws. She then articled with Straith & Co. She was a sole practitioner from 1983-1989 when she joined the firm.
She was an active member of the Naval Reserve from 1971-1988 and was one of the first women to go to sea in uniform. Since 1986, Victoria has been an active member and has served as President for the University Women’s Club.
Since 1986 she has also been a member of the Oak Bay Rotary Club, and is currently the President. Victoria has also been a member of the Board for the Maritime Museum of BC Foundation, President and Director of Victoria Home Support and a member of the Business and Professional Women’s Club.
Victoria practices primarily in the areas of wills, estate law and family law.  She is a mediator and a member of the Victoria Collaborative Family Law Group, and the Canadian Bar Association Alternate Dispute Resolution subsection.  She emphasizes the importance of reducing conflict on separation and prefers a nonlitigeous approach for separating couples especially if there are minor children involved.
In 1979 Victoria married her husband and she has two sons. In her free time, Victoria enjoys reading, spinning and puttering around the house.