Natalya represents clients in diverse litigation areas including both family law and probate litigation. She also represents medical professionals at administrative law hearings as well as appellate law. Before beginning private practice, Natalya completed a year-long clerkship with Arizona Court of Appeals Judge Maurice Portley. Her broad based experience honed her litigation skills and allows her to craft persuasive arguments. Natalya graduated law school with the highest pro bono distinction and was Symposium Editor for the Arizona State Law Journal. Her article “Improving the Law of Negotiable Instruments: Support for Arizona’s Adoption of the 2002 Proposed Revisions to Uniform Commercial Code Section 3-309” was published in the 2010-2011 law review. Prior to attending law school, she was a compliance supervisor at the Arizona State Liquor Board.