• Commercial Real Estate
  • Real Estate
  • Residental Property
  • Residential Real Estate

Natalia is part of our Leeds branch team working in residential and commercial conveyancing.

Natalia joined BOS’ Leeds Office as an intern in May 2023 before becoming a Paralegal within Dhiran’s team. Following the completion of her LPC, Natalia has been taken under Dhiran’s wing as a Trainee Solicitor specialising in Property Law to act in Commercial and Residential property transactions.   Her client approach is defined by three pillars: communication, meticulousness, and professionalism. Natalia excels in fostering clear communication channels, ensuring clients are well informed at every step. As she progresses through her training contract, she is committed to upholding the highest standards of legal practice and her work ethic continues to shape her journey towards becoming a qualified Solicitor.

Natalia graduated with an LLB in Law degree from the University of Hull, and a master’s degree in International Trade Law from the University of Leeds with her finalising her studies at Leeds Beckett University with the Legal Practice Course.

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