Natalie is an associate in the Litigation & Disputes practice group. She has experience in all aspects of complex commercial litigation including conducting discovery, researching novel legal issues, drafting briefs, preparing and arguing dispositive motions, and assisting with appeals. Her work has included a broad range of subject matters including financial services, products liability, class actions, and corporate constitutional issues arising under the Commerce Clause, the Supremacy Clause, the Due Process Clause, and the First Amendment.
Prior to joining the firm, Natalie was an associate at Husch Blackwell in Kansas City. While in law school, Natalie worked at various criminal defense organizations, including the Miami Dade Public Defender’s Office, the Edwin F. Mandel Legal Aid Clinic’s Criminal and Juvenile Justice Project, and the Illinois Federal Defender in Chicago. She also has worked on pro bono matters with the Midwest Innocence Project. In these positions, Natalie gained litigation experience working with indigent clients and defending their constitutional rights in both trial and appellate contexts.
Natalie is passionate about volunteer work promoting juvenile literacy.