Natalie started at Ridley & Hall in November 2019 as a care paralegal. The care team which Natalie is situated in offers her the ability to help clients in need, which, is something she has been interested in from a young age. Other areas of the law Natalie is interested in include Human Rights, Immigration and Family Law, showing she wants to help vulnerable people.
Being one of the youngest members of the Ridley & Hall team, Natalie enjoys the busy working environment, meeting clients and going to court. Before she joined Ridley & Hall, Natalie had completed work experience with the firm, which made her want to apply for the job after she had finished college. Natalie is happy with the team she is based in and wants to further her career by becoming a solicitor with the help of Ridley & Hall.
Natalie has a keen interest for law which she studied at A-Level, achieving the highest number of marks in her exams compared to the rest of the college. Natalie also studied Geography and English Literature at A-Level which she found to be interesting and eye-opening. During her time at college, Natalie was a sports leader, achieving her Level 3 Sports Leader Qualification. She was selected to go to Malta in October 2018 to encourage young children and the disabled to ‘get involved’ in sport.
Outside of the work place, Natalie is a dedicated swimmer and takes part in her club’s competitions. As well, Natalie used to take part in synchronised swimming where she was ranked 3rd nationally in the 12 & under age category and was part of the England Talent Development Squad. Natalie attends the gym as part of her active lifestyle. Other than exercise, Natalie enjoys meeting up with friends and family, reading and travelling the world.
Child Care & Public Law Team
Sarah BrownAssociate Solicitor
Nicki ButterworthAssociate Personal Assistant
Head of Child Care & Public Law Team