Natasha Hausdorffedited

Natasha Hausdorff

Call: 2016



Admitted to the Roll of Solicitors 2015

Crown Prosecution Service Advocates Panel 1



BTT (BPP, 2016)
LL.M. magna cum laude (TAU, 2016)
LPC (BPP, 2013)
B.A. Hons, Law (Lincoln College, Oxford, 2012)



Natasha Hausdorff has a broad practice and regularly appears as an advocate in the Magistrates’, Crown and County Courts and advises on civil claims. She acts for insurers and commercial clients, public authorities, the crown prosecution service and defence solicitors and accepts instructions in all aspects of Chambers work.

Before coming to the Bar, Natasha qualified as a solicitor in 2015 with the American commercial law firm Skadden, Arps. Working for Skadden in London and Brussels, she gained experience of complex international arbitration and litigation and competition law.

Natasha read law at Oxford University. After becoming a solicitor she completed an LL.M. specialising in public international law and the law of armed conflict. She subsequently clerked for the President of the Supreme Court of Israel in Jerusalem and acquired a particular insight into the Courts’ application of international law. She lectures on aspects of public international law.



The World Should Recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital (June 18th, 2018) . Speaker at event chaired by Emily Maitliss. Other speakers include Ehud Olmert and Jack Straw.

High Level Military Group Publishes Report on Gaza Violence (May 14, 2018)

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