Victoria Leigh, whose friends call her Tori, considers North Little Rock home. An
International Baccalaureate graduate of Mount Saint Mary Academy in Little Rock, Tori
spent several years in Indiana. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication
Studies at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and her law degree from the Indiana
University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis.
Returning home in 2011, Tori worked as a law clerk for Pulaski County Circuit Judge
Timothy Fox, 6 th Division. She founded Leigh Law PLLC after leaving her clerkship. Tori
is a 2013 graduate of the Arkansas Bar Association Leadership Academy and she won
a very contested Democratic Primary for State Representative for District 38 in 2016.
In the past, Tori’s community involvement includes fifteen years with the Girl Scouts of
America, membership in local Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs. She served two years on the
Anderson City Fair Housing Coalition and the Human Rights Commission in Indiana.
Throughout her career, Tori has volunteered hundreds of hours to the legal community,
including an externship with the Indiana Civil Rights Commission and pro bono work
with an Indianapolis attorney to defend homeowners dealing with debt collectors and
fraudulently foreclosed homes. Tori also served a tenure as the attorney member of the
Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illnesses Advisory Council of the
Disability Rights Center of Arkansas, which serves the more than half a million
Arkansans with physical, mental, and developmental disabilities.
Tori worked as a real estate and title insurance agent through undergraduate and law
school.Tori grew up working in a real estate brokerage office and has extensive
experience in the real estate realm. Tori’s primary areas of practice are domestic
relations, criminal defense, real estate and business litigation, estate planning, and debt
collection defense. She handles some employment discrimination and civil rights issues
and administrative hearings litigating issues as being placed child maltreatment registry.
Tori continues to donate many hours serving low-income Arkansas through Arkansas
Legal Aid and several other community organizations. Tori’s public service work
includes activity membership in and commitment to the American Association of
University Women, the Pulaski County Democratic Women, the Pulaski County Bar
Association, and the Arkansas Bar Association, the Democratic Party of Pulaski County,
the American Civil Liberties Union, Progressive Arkansas Women PAC, Arkansas
Criminal Lawyers Association, Arkansas Trial Lawyer’s Association, Park Hill Business
and Merchant’s Association, and the Levy Business Association. Tori was elected to the
House of Delegates in 2017, which is the governing body for the Arkansas Bar
Association. She serves on the ARK BAR PAC as part of her obligations as a House
Personally, Tori is married to a teacher with two young daughters – Lilli and Kitti. She is
an active parent at North Little Rock Catholic Academy where her eldest is in Pre-
kindergarten and her husband is the assistant basketball coach.
Tori’s commitment to public service, legal education, and mediation experience
combines to make her a very effective advocate who Roars to the Rescue of her clients.