Natasha qualified as a lawyer in March 2016. Upon qualification, she also obtained Higher Rights of Audience for civil proceedings. She has also completed a Collaborative Practice Foundation Certificate.
Prior to joining Bross Bennett, Natasha read English at Oxford and obtained an interdisciplinary masters from Birkbeck College, London, where her thesis focused on the status of women in nineteenth-century property law. She completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Bar Professional Training Course funded by scholarships from Inner Temple and gained an Outstanding in Family Law. She then cross qualified as a solicitor, completing her training contract at Vardags. She worked at Vardags from February 2013 to October 2017, qualifying with the firm.
Natasha advises on many areas of family law and is committed to achieving the best outcome for her clients possible, whether that is through the court process or through alternative dispute resolution. She has experience in cases that have complex jurisdictional aspects, as well as divorce, finance and private children matters. She has a particular interest in cases with a American element and is writing forthcoming articles on the different jurisdictional challenges when dealing with American cases.
When Natasha is not in work, she loves to go to the theatre, the opera and play tennis.