Natalie Robinson is a Solicitor and Lecturer at Nottingham Law School, teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Prior to taking on the role of Lecturer in law, Natalie has had a number of different roles in the legal industry. Natalie has a demonstrated history of working in local and central government prior to and following her qualification as a Solicitor.
Natalie has also undertaken extensive volunteering alongside any full time employment.
Natalie’s main research interests are in the areas of family law; particularly child protection, and criminal law with a focus around race discrimination.
Natalie continues to engage in community volunteering and networking, largely based around Law, Politics and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
Natalie chairs and remains a member of a number of panels outside of her role as a Lecturer, mainly across various Nottingham based organisations.
A long standing commitment of Natalie’s is her dedication to the Nottingham Youth Council of which she is now an alumni member, supporting young people’s progression.
Natalie also remains a Solicitor and an active member of the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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