Natasha is a barrister who specialises in environmental, planning and administrative law, practising at Martin Place Chambers in Sydney, Australia, since 2014.
Natasha is also a sessional lecturer in environmental and climate law at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Natasha has a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts from the University of Otago, New Zealand, and a Master of Environmental Law from the University of Sydney, Australia. Natasha appears in all jurisdictions of the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales, particularly judicial review, criminal and civil enforcement and development appeals, as well as in a range of other state and federal courts.
Natasha advises and represents state and local government, developers, individuals and community groups on a broad range of environment and planning law matters, including permissibility of development, pollution, biodiversity, mining, water, climate change and heritage. Prior to being called to the bar, Natasha practised as a solicitor with the London Borough of Harrow and Maddocks Lawyers in Sydney and prosecuted environmental offences for the Office of Environment and Heritage (NSW).