Natasha joined CooperBurnett’s litigation department in 2020 as a Senior Associate specialising in employment law. She trained with and qualified into the employment team at a large Surrey firm in 2009 and brings a wealth of experience advising clients on a variety of employment matters.
Most recently, Natasha worked for a niche litigation practice in Kent as well as an HR consultancy business, advising both individuals on their employment rights and businesses across a number of different industries on how to mitigate the risk of legal disputes arising. A member of the Employment Lawyer’s Association, Natasha regularly advises clients on queries relating to contractual terms, unfair dismissals, redundancies, discrimination matters, TUPE and of course, Covid-19. She is experienced in drafting and advising on settlement agreements and particularly enjoys negotiating deals.
In her spare time Natasha can be found running around after her two young children, heading to the local gym for a spin or pilates class or enjoying a spot of retail therapy. She also volunteers for the Kent-based charity, Holding On Letting Go, which assists bereaved children at bereavement support weekends.