Tori earned a bachelor’s in History at Buffalo State College and an M.A. in International Trade from the State University of New York at Buffalo Graduate School. Simultaneously attending the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School, Tori earned her J.D. with a concentration in Cross-Border Legal Studies. She served as editor-in-chief of the Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, coach of the World Trade Organization ELSA Moot Court, first chair advocate of the New York State Bar Association Arbitration Competition, and treasurer and Desmond Competition co-chair for the Buffalo Moot Court Board. She also founded the SUNY Buffalo team for the Vis Arbitration Moot Competition and served as its logistics coordinator.
Tori earned additional experience through a legal clerkship with the Hon. Hugh Scott in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York, where she researched Social Security Disability claims, as well as through a legal internship with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, where she conducted research and drafted memoranda on cases involving employment law, immigration law, agency law, international trade law, and ethics. She also interned at a law firm in Vienna, Austria, working on matters involving capital markets, insider trading, international business disputes, and the U.S.-EU negotiations over the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
•Goldberg Segalla Welcomes Victoria Hahn
January 16, 2018
Publications and Presentations
•Author, “Investor-State Dispute Resolution: An Assessment of Transparency and Damages in Developed and Developing Countries, Center for Trade, Environment and Development Working Paper Series No. 1, 2017
•Co-Author, “Austria,” International Securities Law and Regulation, 2nd ed., 2016
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