Victoria Negron

Victoria Negron has extensive experience in journalism and thought leadership in the legal space, with a background crafting content, whitepapers, webinars, and current event articles pertaining to the role of expert witnesses in complex litigation matters. She is a skilled professional specializing in B2B product marketing and content marketing. Currently, she serves as an Enterprise Product Marketing Manager at Postman, and previously held the position of Technical Product Marketing Manager at Palantir Technologies, where she developed her skills in launch strategies, go-to-market strategy, and competitive analysis.

Her expertise in content marketing was further refined during her tenure at the Expert Institute, where she progressed from a Marketing Writer to Senior Content Marketing Manager, and eventually to Associate Director of Content & Product Marketing. In these roles, she honed her abilities in digital marketing, SEO, content strategy, and thought leadership.

Educationally, Victoria holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Florida - Warrington College of Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Literature, Art, and Hispanic Studies from Hamilton College. Her diverse educational background and professional experience have equipped her with a robust skill set in product marketing, content development, and strategic marketing initiatives.

Victoria Negron

1st Place – The Expert Institute’s 2017 Legal Blog Post Writing Contest

A Market Solution to the ‘Hired Gun’ Problem Samuel Seiniger — Berkeley School of Law Samuel Seiniger is a J.D. candidate at the Berkeley School of Law. Samuel claims there is a solution to the ‘hired gun’ bias associated with expert witnesses. He argues that greatly expanding the expert market will provide attorneys with adequate

Posted on February 6, 2018 in News

2nd Place – The Expert Institute’s 2017 Legal Blog Post Writing Contest

  Nadia Eckardt – The University of Washington, School of Law Nadia is a J.D. candidate at The University of Washington, School of Law. Nadia argues there is an uneven application of neuroscience and neurology expert witness testimony in civil versus criminal contexts, such that the legal system has become more accepting of neuroscience as

Posted on February 6, 2018 in News

3rd Place – The Expert Institute’s 2017 Legal Blog Post Writing Contest

  An Exercise in Trust and Truth: The Role of Adversarial Expert Witnesses as Difference Makers in Law and Society Katie Kotonias McLaughlin — Loyola University Chicago School of Law Katie is a J.D. candidate at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Katie discusses the seminal role that expert witnesses play in the contemporary legal

Posted on February 6, 2018 in News

Healthcare and Life Sciences Scholarship Winner 2017

Kendall Bielak — University of Virginia School of Medicine Kendall Bielak is an M.D. candidate at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. Kendall argues that the conventions of informed consent are flawed because they focus more on protecting physicians from malpractice suits rather than offering patient preference. She calls for the proliferation of the

Posted on February 6, 2018 in News

Announcing the Winners of The Expert Institute’s 2017 Scholarships!

The Expert Institute’s 2017 Legal Blog Post Writing Contest and our Healthcare and Life Sciences Scholarship have officially come to a close! Every year, we offer tenacious law and healthcare students the opportunity to write a blog post demonstrating their ability to educate, persuade, and participate in a broader legal discourse with their peers. The

Posted on February 6, 2018 in News

Expert Witness Fee Report: Facts, Figures & Trends In 2017

Check out our 2018 Expert Witness Fee Report Here The expert witness fee data you’ve been waiting for is finally here! In early 2017, The Expert Institute launched our Expert Witness Fee Calculator which compiles data from over 35,000 expert witness engagements facilitated by The Expert Institute. We just finished refreshing the data with the

Posted on March 20, 2018 in Working with Experts

Infographic: How Attorneys Work With Expert Witnesses

In today’s world of increasingly complex litigation, attorneys are calling on expert witnesses more frequently to provide critical insights both in and out of the courtroom — and the way that attorneys seek, retain, and work with those expert witnesses is evolving to meet ever-changing demands. We recently launched a survey to uncover some of

Posted on August 14, 2018 in Working with Experts

Deadliest Duck Boat Accident In American History Spurs $100 Million Lawsuit

  On July 19, 2018, the most deadly duck boat accident in United States history struck Table Rock Lake near Branson, Missouri. A duck boat operated by the tour company Ride The Ducks capsized in a storm killing 17 of the 31 people on board. The accident has since spurred three lawsuits against the Ride

Posted on August 23, 2018 in Litigation Monitor & News

Exploding Beer Bottles And Cans: A New Wave Of Product Liability Litigation

Beer is the age-old summer favorite drink for barbecues, bars, and trips to the beach. But recent summers have seen a fair share of critical injuries caused by exploding beer bottles and cans.

Posted on September 18, 2018 in Litigation Monitor

The Expert Institute’s 4th Annual Best Legal Blog Contest Is Underway!

The Expert Institute is excited to announce the return of our annual Best Legal Blog Contest. For 4 years, we have coordinated the internet’s largest and most open competition for legal blogs on every topic. Here’s a quick rundown of the rules: The nomination period will close on Friday, October 26th at 9:00pm ET, after

Posted on September 25, 2018 in News