Natalie has crafted a successful and busy civil practice where she specialises in both residential and commercial property disputes and personal injury.
Prior to joining chambers Natalie had a busy mixed common law and crime practice where she excelled at trial advocacy. She regularly appeared in the magistrates and crown courts both prosecuting and defending in some of the most serious criminal cases. This regular trial experience means that Natalie is a skilled advocate, and her ability to effectively cross-examine witnesses is outstanding.
Natalie accepts instructions on a direct access basis.
Natalie is mum to a young and demanding daughter and in her spare time she is both taxi and activity organiser to keep her young child’s mind occupied. Natalie also enjoys travelling and reading (she is a founding member of a local book club).
A significant proportion of Natalie’s’ practice comprises disputes relating to real property and landlord and tenant disputes and she is always happy to receive instructions in this field.
Natalie has experience in the field of service charge and administration charge recovery. She regularly advises on these matters and appears in the County Court and the First-tier Tribunal on behalf of landlords, managing agents and tenants in relation to these disputes including forfeiture. She also frequently advises parties on the breach of lease provisions generally.