Victoria Rodrigues is a partner with a tax law practice that focuses on personal and corporate tax planning. She advises clients on various tax matters, including domestic and cross-border tax planning and corporate reorganizations. She also assists clients with matters involving non-resident trusts with ties to Canada. Victoria represents clients in their interactions with the Canada Revenue Agency, including voluntary disclosures.

Victoria was called to the Ontario Bar in 2015 after articling with Miller Thomson. Victoria received her Juris Doctorate from Osgoode Hall Law School.

Prior to law school, Victoria obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Ontario, graduating first in her class. At Osgoode, Victoria was actively involved in the law school community. She volunteered with the Community and Legal Aid Services Programme as a caseworker, where she provided summary advice and conducted research on a variety of issues. She also volunteered with the Law in Action Within Schools Program, where she held law workshops for high school students. Victoria also worked as a senior editor for the Osgoode Hall Review of Law and Policy and was Co-President of the Portuguese Law Students Association.