Natasha joined Sonn Macmillan Walker in September 2018 as a Paralegal. She assists David Bloom who represents those accused of serious, complex financial crimes and associated confiscation proceedings.
She graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology from the University of Leeds in 2014. Whilst at University she volunteered for the Innocence Project, reviewing the cases of prisoners wishing to appeal against their convictions. Natasha was awarded a Mansfield Scholarship and a Hardwicke Entrance Award from Lincolns Inn to fund her BPTC studies. She was called to the bar by Lincolns Inn in July, 2018.
Since joining Sonn Macmillan Walker, Natasha has worked on a variety of cases in the crown court and court of appeal for both publicly and privately funded clients. Natasha pays meticulous attention to detail and is able to quickly recognise the specific issues that arise in a case and understand even the most complex legal problems. Natasha has excellent client care skills and treats each client with empathy, understanding, and professionalism.