Director of Clerkship Programs
Victor Caldwell, a 1996 graduate of Columbia Law School, has primary responsibility for tailoring and implementing a program that guides students and recent graduates through the clerkship process, and will assist candidates in identifying and obtaining clerkships with their best-fit judges. Victor has worked as a complex commercial litigator for prominent law firms, as an in-house attorney, and as a sole practitioner, providing counsel on a broad array of legal matters including financial services fraud, professional negligence, employment law, and matters touching on civil and constitutional rights. After serving as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Timothy K. Lewis on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Victor began his legal career as a litigation associate at Cravath Swaine & Moore. He later worked as an Assistant General Counsel at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, where he provided counsel on financial services matters to Deloitte member firms around the world, after which he founded Caldwell Litigation Group PLLC. At Columbia, Victor was a Senior Editor of the Columbia Law Review, an Earl Warren Legal Scholar and a Thurgood Marshall Fellow. He earned a B.A., with honors, in Political Science as a Columbia undergraduate.
Office: Big Warren 807