Natasha is a Junior Solicitor at Danny King Legal, working as a lawyer in the Legal Team. She is a knowledgeable, hardworking lawyer, who takes a personal approach to her work.
Natasha was awarded a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Bachelor of Commerce (B. Comm), majoring in Finance, from Macquarie University, where she was an active member of the Macquarie University Law Society. She went on to work as a Legal Assistant and later as a Paralegal at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, before joining Danny King Legal in 2021. At Maurice Blackburn, Natasha was also member of the Cultural Diversity Group, and regularly contributed to the Diversity Group Bulletin. She has prior experience as a Court Monitor with Legal Transcripts, working in the Supreme Court, District Court, Land and Environment Court, and the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
At Danny King Legal, Natasha works extensively with the Senior Solicitors and the Legal Team on a variety of matters in the Fair Work Commission, Federal Court, and Federal Circuit Court. She is also heavily involved in contracts drafting and Modern Award analysis.
One of Natasha’s areas of expertise and special interest is in employment discrimination, especially on matters before the Australian Human Rights Commission. She has a particular research and practical focus on wage underpayments, bullying, and work health and safety in the context of working from home.
Natasha has been recognised by her clients for her approachable, accommodating, and understanding nature, and is acknowledged by her colleagues for her diligent work ethic and her professional yet kind manner in her dealings with staff and clients alike. In her time at Danny King Legal, Natasha has established herself as a versatile lawyer with a bright future ahead of her.
When she is not working, Natasha is a regular volunteer at Mama Lana’s Community Foundation in Penrith. She enjoys travel and socialising, and loves cooking and trying new cuisines and restaurants with friends and family.