Born and raised in Central Ohio, Victor Aberdeen Jr. joined the Patton & Ryan team in 2019. Victor graduated from The University of Toledo with a Bachelor’s in English Literature and Communications.
Victor is a graduate of The University of Toledo College of Law. As a law student, Victor proudly served as the president of the Black Law Students’ Association. He was also heavily involved in the law school’s Moot Court team serving as Vice Chair. Victor represented the law school in several national and international moot court competitions that took place in Beijing, New York City, and Chicago. Victor was awarded the Order of the Barrister honor for his exemplary oral advocacy. During law school, Victor also clerked for the Honorable Judge Arlene Singer at the Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals where he drafted appellate opinions for civil and criminal appeals cases. He later served as a summer intern at the City of Chicago Law Department’s Labor Division. While at the Law Department, Victor also utilized his 711 license and independently prosecuted minor, non-felony traffic cases on behalf of the City of Chicago in the Circuit Court of Cook County.
Prior to joining Patton & Ryan, Victor gained valuable experience at a Plaintiff’s firm where he assisted attorneys in bringing personal injury cases and Social Security appeals. Now as an associate at Patton & Ryan, Victor uses a pragmatic approach to ensure the best outcome is achieved for each client.