The future of litigation and litigators working in the market
3 March 2020
Natalie is experienced in acting on substantial and complex commercial disputes for corporations from a range of sectors. Her cases have included contractual and partnership disputes, and fraud claims, as well as advising on data protection matters, and bribery and corruption allegations.
Natalie has published articles in the press, given talks and appears on panels on a variety of subjects including litigation technology, best practice for handling disputes and the Disclosure Pilot Scheme in the Business and Property Courts (England and Wales).
Natalie’s experience includes advising:
Before joining Stewarts, Natalie worked at Slaughter and May for over seven years (where she trained and qualified into the firm’s Dispute Resolution Group). Natalie qualified as a solicitor advocate in 2017 (Higher Courts, Civil Proceedings).
Natalie regularly speaks at legal conferences and chairs seminars and panels for the Junior LSLA. Recent appearances by Natalie include:
Artificial intelligence and a national digital case law database could revolutionise UK litigation by Natalie Osafo, Practical Law Company (1 March 2019)
Using Artificial Intelligence for Regulatory Investigations – The Benefits, Boundaries and Beyond by Richard Jeens and Natalie Osafo, The Artificial Lawyer (1 November 2018).
Quoted in the New Law Journal piece The Brexit zeitgeist – NLJ/LSLA Litigation trends 2018 (November 2018)
Artificial intelligence in the courtroom by Damian Taylor and Natalie Osafo, The Law Society Gazette (1 April 2018)
Natalie is President of the Junior London Solicitors Litigation Association (Junior LSLA). She is also a member of the LSLA and Young ICSID.
Natalie enjoys adventure sporting holidays, running, swimming, and sampling international cuisines. She also coaches school students on employability skills and is an ACDiversity mentor.