Natasha Partos - Associate, Campbells Grand Cayman - Commercial Litigation

Overview

Natasha is an attorney in our LitigationInsolvency & Restructuring Group where she specialises in commercial litigation, regulatory and employment law as well as having experience in a wide a variety of contractual disputes and tortious claims.

Natasha obtained her bachelor’s degree in History from Clare College, Cambridge University (UK). Thereafter, Natasha completed her legal training in London and in 2012 was called to the Bar of England and Wales. Before practising in Grand Cayman Natasha was a member of two leading sets of Chambers in the UK where she gained extensive advocacy experience in all areas of her practice. Natasha Joined Campbells in 2018.

Expertise

Natasha regularly publishes articles and speaks at seminars on issues relating to her main areas of expertise.

Qualifications and Admissions

  • Clare College, University of Cambridge BA (Hons) History, 2009
  • Graduate Diploma in Law – City University, 2011
  • Bar Professional Training Course – Kaplan Law School, 2012
  • Barrister: admitted to the Bar of England and Wales, 2012 (non-practising)
  • Attorney at Law Cayman Islands, 2018
  • Admitted as a Barrister of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (British Virgin Islands) 2019

Prior Career History

  • St-Philips Chambers, Birmingham and London, UK
  • 9 Gough Square Chambers, London, UK

Professional Associations

  • The Honorable Society of the Middle Temple 2012