Natalie’s practice focuses on business, commercial and employment litigation. She takes depositions, drafts motions and assists with all aspects of discovery. Natalie received a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing, which required her to develop a broad background in economics, accounting, finance and retail strategy. She taps into her business background to understand her clients’ strategies and needs.
Natalie refined her research and writing skills as a note and comment editor for the Arkansas Law Review, where she helped staff editors with their writing and research analyses. She also assisted first-year students with research and writing assignments as a teaching assistant for Legal Research & Writing.
Kansas Human Rights Commission Employment Law Seminar: Employment Law Updates, Kansas Human Rights Commission Employment Law Seminar, December 7, 2016.