Natalia has appeared before the Supreme Court and Provincial Court of British Columbia and accompanied counsel before the British Columbia Securities Commission. She has trial experience and also prepares submissions for the British Columbia Court of Appeal and various administrative tribunals, including the Employment Standards Tribunal and Workers’ Compensation Board.
Natalia was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2016 after articling with Harper Grey. Since her call to the Bar, she practiced with a litigation boutique firm in Vancouver, gaining experience in construction law, administrative law, employment law, insurance defence, and commercial litigation. Natalia rejoined Harper Grey in 2018.
Natalia received her J.D. from the University of Alberta. During law school, she was an avid volunteer with Student Legal Services where she assisted low income individuals with a variety of legal issues. Before law school, Natalia obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree with Class 1 Standing from the University of British Columbia. She then completed a Master of Arts in Comparative Politics at Simon Fraser University where she conducted quantitative research.
In addition to practicing law with Harper Grey, Natalia is an active volunteer. She provides free legal advice to low and modest income individuals with Access Pro Bono and also volunteers with the Hellenic Community Centre of Vancouver.
- University of Alberta, J.D., 2015
- Simon Fraser University, M.A., 2012
- University of British Columbia, B.A., 2010
- British Columbia, 2016
- Volunteer, Access Pro Bono Summary Advice Clinic
- Volunteer, Hellenic Community Centre of Vancouver
- Member, The Law Society of British Columbia
- Member, Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch