Member, Mecklenburg County Bar Association
Member, Women in eDiscovery, Charlotte Chapter
Natalie focuses her practice on eDiscovery, handling all phases of the discovery process. She conducts collection interviews of document custodians. She writes and implements review guidelines and quality control procedures to ensure documents are properly coded for relevance and privilege in large document productions. She trains attorneys to provide quality and cost-effective document review. She manages large groups of document review attorneys and prepares detailed and defensible privilege logs. Additionally, she has extensive experience with numerous document review platforms including Relativity, Kroll Ontrack, Ringtail, Concordance, and Summation.
Prior to joining McGuireWoods, Natalie was an assistant district attorney for the Wake County District Attorney's Office. While earning her law degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law, she received the Holderness Moot Court Gressman-Pollitt Award for oral advocacy.