Natasha Petrof is an associate in our Litigation Group. Her practice is focused on commercial and corporate litigation, class actions and professional liability. Natasha graduated with a B.C.L/J.D. degree from McGill University’s Faculty of Law and with a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from New York University.
Before joining the Litigation Group, Natasha developed experience in the privacy law sector. She had the opportunity to serve as a research assistant for several law school professors on privacy and data regulation issues. Natasha also contributed to projects at the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic and at The Future of Privacy Forum. Outside of the academic environment, Natasha has conducted pro bono legal research for several legal clinics and participated in a variety of debating and moot court tournaments.