About Natasha

Natasha graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a first class degree in Business Law in 2015 and came within the top 6 of her university year group.

Natasha joined Lupton Fawcett LLP’s Sheffield office as a Litigation Assistant in June 2015 assisting the department with property and commercial litigation cases. Natasha worked on a wide variety of matters including professional negligence claims, shareholder/director disputes, boundary disputes and enfranchisement claims.

Natasha studied for her post graduate diploma in Legal Practice at University of Sheffield alongside working as a Litigation Assistant and obtained a distinction in June 2018. Natasha became a Trainee Solicitor in September 2018 and decided to write her Masters in Legal Practice alongside her Training Contract. Natasha achieved a distinction in her Masters in April 2019. Natasha now works in our Dispute Resolution team based in Leeds.

When not at work

In her spare time, Natasha likes to keep fit by walking in the Peak District and getting out on her hybrid bike which she has previously done a 200 mile charity bike ride on. Natasha enjoys reading and dancing and has previously worked with one of Michael Jackson’s choreographers.

Professional Societies

  • Education Representative for the Sheffield Junior Lawyers Division
  • Secretary for the Sheffield Junior Lawyers Division

Specialisms

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Accreditations / Awards

Trainee Solicitor of the Year 2019
Adverse Possession

The Debt Respite Scheme (Breathing Space Moratorium and Mental Health Crisis Moratorium) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020

The above Regulations came into force on 4 May 2021

Pencil iconBy Claire Moss on 22nd June 2021

Forfeiture Moratorium Extended for the Fifth Time

Forfeiture Moratorium Extended for the Fifth Time

On 16 June 2021 the government announced its intention to extend the restrictions put in place to protect commercial tenants until 25 March 2022

Pencil iconBy Natasha Wright on 18th June 2021

Adverse Possession

Supreme Court decision impacts landlord’s consent

A lease covenant is, in effect, a promise made by one party to the other concerning the use of the leasehold property.

Pencil iconBy Natasha Wright on 15th July 2020

Force Majeure

Force Majeure

The Covid-19 lockdown measures implemented by the UK Government have inevitably disrupted contracts and supply chains across the country leaving many businesses to review their

Pencil iconBy Natasha Wright on 22nd June 2020

Protecting Inheritance from the pitfalls of Divorce

Pension Sharing Orders

It has been reported by Family Law Weekly that 'a third of married couples do not know about pension sharing on divorce'.

Pencil iconBy Natasha Wright on 26th November 2019

Adverse Possession

High Street Closures – impact on Landlords

There has been a surge in the number of high street retailers who have faced serious financial difficulties in 2018, with big names such as House

Pencil iconBy Natasha Wright on 12th November 2018

Do we have a deal? Making sure that you are putting an end to a dispute

Court Fees: Consequences of not paying the correct issue fee

Following the substantial increases in court fees in March 2015 there has been an increased focus on whether Claimants have paid the correct court fee when

Pencil iconBy Natasha Wright on 31st January 2017

2015

Graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a First in Business Law

Joined Lupton Fawcett LLP as a Litigation Assistant

Started the Legal Practice Course with a Distinction from University of Sheffield

Completed the Legal Practice at University of Sheffield with a Distinction

Started her Masters in Legal Practice at University of Sheffield

Started Training Contract in Commercial Property at Lupton Fawcett LLP

Completed her Masters in Legal Practice at University of Sheffield with a Distinction

Qualified as a Solicitor

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