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Natasha Milosevic

Natasha Milosevic

Law Clerk

MC Lawyers & Advisers

Natasha Milosevic

Natasha Milosevic

Law Clerk

MC Lawyers & Advisers

Natasha Milosevic

Natasha Milosevic

Law Clerk

MC Lawyers & Advisers

Biography

Natasha is a Law Clerk at MC Lawyers & Advisers. She has recently completed her studies, obtaining a double degree of Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Economics (majoring in Financial Economics) from the University of New South Wales. Natasha is currently completing her Graduate Diploma in Legal Professional Practice (GDLPP) at the University of New South Wales, and anticipates being admitted to practice as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2023.

In her role at MC Lawyers & Advisers, Natasha works closely with Counsel, the Principal Solicitor and senior solicitors at the firm. She has been directly involved in superior court and appeal matters, including drafting court documents and memoranda to assist counsel for court hearings and submissions.

Natasha is driven by achieving the best outcomes and results for our clients. She enjoys the intellectual challenge of legal practice, and considers the profession to be one of the most rewarding. Natasha enjoys the diverse practice areas in our firm, and believes that this has allowed her to gain valuable experience and develop a variety of legal skills.  

Practice Focus

Natasha has played a key role in establishing the MC Lawyers & Advisers’ property practice, and has worked closely with senior solicitors at the firm in drafting contracts and negotiating their terms. Her financial background and knowledge are also of great assistance within our team, particularly in matters requiring the interpretation and analysis of financial documents.

Qualification

  •  Double degree – (Bachelor of Laws) & (Bachelor of Economics majoring in Financial Economics) – the University of New South Wales