Natalie brings passion to the field of employment law litigation by using her analytical and critical thinking skills to guide clients through complex employment litigation issues and help prepare them for the intricacies of the adversarial process. Natalie translates these same skills into the areas of land use and municipal planning by working with clients to achieve their development goals.
Natalie seeks to focus her practice on employment and labor law, as well as land use permitting and municipal matters. Before joining Rudman Winchell, Natalie previously worked in a private a firm focusing on employment discrimination and land use law, representing both municipal planning boards as well as major developers and local citizens in their fight for land rights. Natalie has also worked for the New Jersey Human Trafficking Task Force within the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office in prosecuting human traffickers in both New Jersey and along the East Coast, as well as advocating for the rights of trafficking victims. These distinct, yet analogous, experiences have helped hone Natalie’s research and writing skills, as well as inspire her to be the very best advocate for each of her clients.
Before relocating to the Bangor area, Natalie was born and raised at the Jersey Shore, in Toms River, New Jersey. She went on to attend The College of New Jersey, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, before attending Widener University Delaware Law School in Wilmington, Delaware, on the Dean’s Select Merit Scholarship. During law school, Natalie worked as a paralegal in the areas of employment law, workers’ compensation, municipal land use, as well as general civil litigation. She worked preparing a range of various legal documents, as well as researching intricate litigation and municipal issues. While at Delaware Law, Natalie served as a Staff Editor, before being promoted to the Internal Managing Editor, of the Widener Law Review.
Outside of the law, Natalie enjoys spending time with family and friends, her fiancé Riley, and their Saint Bernard, Athena. She loves spending time outdoors, such as swimming and hiking, enjoys reading novels of all kinds and crafting. Natalie is excited to become more involved with the Bangor community, and to be of service to those around her.
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Widener University Delaware Law School – Wilmington, D.E.
Juris Doctor, 2021
Dean’s Select Merit Scholarship Recipient
Internal Managing Editor, Widener Law Review
The College of New Jersey – Ewing, N.J.
Bachelor of Arts, 2018