Natalie has represented clients in all areas of family law including private and public child law and finance.
- Private law: she has successfully acted for clients at all levels including complex fact-findings involving allegations of rape, false imprisonment, serious domestic violence and child-abuse.
- Public law: Natalie has acted for both the parents and the local authority across the spectrum of public law applications.
- Finance: she has represented clients at all stages including FDA, FDR, final hearing and enforcement.
While completing her legal studies, Natalie acted on the University of Law Advocacy Committee as an Advocacy Scholar- coaching student advocates and organising mooting and debating throughout the university. She has spoken at the Oxford University Bar Society and the University of Law on advocacy and the family bar.
Before working in family law, Natalie worked in theatre. She sits on the Diorama BAMER project board, promoting black, asian, minority ethnic and refugee inclusion in film and theatre.
Bar Professional Training Course (University of Law) (2018)
Graduate Diploma in Law (University of Law) (2017)
BA Classical Archaeology and Ancient History (University of Oxford) (2014)
Astbury Scholarship, Middle Temple (2017)
Advocacy Scholarship, University of Law (2017)
- Memberships and Associations
Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
Family Law Bar Association
Committee Member- New Diorama BAMER Project