Victoria L. Eslinger practices in the area of general and business litigation, labor and employment as well as in the firm's international practice.
Vickie has extensive experience with discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblower, wage and hour, payment of wages, and employment contract claims, as well as claims based on non-competition and non-disclosure agreements. She also has extensive experience drafting executive employment and severance agreements. Additionally, Vickie also handles complex, high-end domestic matters involving asset valuation and division of related business issues.
Vickie has served for a number of years as a member of the faculty of the Harvard University Law School Intensive Trial Advocacy Course. She formerly practiced law with O'Melveny & Myers in Paris, France, and is fluent in French, Spanish and Italian.
A frequent lecturer at South Carolina Bar seminars, Vickie has also served on numerous boards of directors of local civic organizations.
The South Carolina Women Lawyer's Association honored her with the 2012 Bissell Award, she was also named as the 2009 Advocate of the Year by the South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center and the University of South Carolina School of Law honored her with a Compleat Lawyer Platinum Award in 2004. Vickie received the honor in recognition of her professional and civic accomplishments over 30 years of practice. It is given to USC law graduates who have made "a significant contribution to the legal profession" and exemplify "the highest standard of professional competence, ethics, and integrity."
Vickie also serves as a mentor to incoming students at the University of South Carolina School of Law.