Natasha completed a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Business at Griffith University in 2013, leading to her admission to the Supreme Court of Queensland and High Court of Australia.
With over a decade of legal experience, Natasha has practiced primarily in family and criminal law across various Australian courts, including the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia, and even in the High Court of Australia. This background equips her with invaluable legal insight and experience.
Now in her role as Practice Manager, Natasha complements her legal expertise with exceptional management skills. Her legal experience adds a unique layer to her management capabilities and business acumen, ensuring Nyst Legal operates effectively while maintaining the highest standards of legal expertise.
Natasha is passionate about using technology and innovation to improve the delivery of legal services to our client’s. She is equally dedicated to fostering a culture of collaboration and excellence within the Nyst Legal team.
As a highly organised and detail-oriented professional, Natasha brings her problem-solving skills, honed in legal practice, to her management role. Her dual expertise as a lawyer and a Practice Manager has improved efficiency and productivity while maintaining the firm’s commitment to the highest standards.
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Whether your matter is civil, criminal or commercial in nature, our team at Nyst Legal has all the experience, expertise and diligence necessary to ensure that you achieve the absolute best available result.