Natasha joined Reisler Franklin LLP as a summer student in 2015 and completed her articles with the firm in 2016-2017. She joined the firm as an associate upon her call to the Ontario Bar in 2017.
Natasha received her Honours Bachelor of Science degree with distinction from Queen’s University in 2013. She returned to Queen’s for law school and received her Juris Doctor degree in 2016. Natasha was involved with the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic throughout her time at Queen’s Law, where she advocated for prisoners incarcerated in Kingston-area penitentiaries. She also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and represented students and low-income Kingston residents before various tribunals as a caseworker with Queen’s Legal Aid. Natasha also participated in competitive mooting and represented Queen’s as an oralist in the Harold G. Fox moot.
Natasha’s practice includes all aspects of civil litigation, including motor vehicle first and third party claims, commercial host liability, property damage, municipal liability, products liability, and subrogation claims. She frequently appears before Masters and Judges at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.