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St John's Chambers Offices
St John's Chambers
101 VICTORIA STREET
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Deputy Head of Commercial Team
Natasha has been described in the legal directories as someone who has “a good way with clients” as well as being “an assertive and tenacious advocate”, “very responsive, extremely thorough, pragmatic and easy to work with as part of the team”, “approachable” and “extremely intelligent, with an eye for practical and innovative solutions”. She won the Bristol Law Society’s “Barrister of the Year 2017” Award where the judges were said to be “struck by her apparent maturity with her work”. She was described as “an excellent lawyer and pleasant to deal with” and “one to watch”.
Her practice includes: Domestic & International Commercial Law (including banking and professional negligence); Construction & Engineering; Insolvency; Real Estate; and Wills & Trusts.
Called 2010 (Middle Temple).
Contributing author to LexisPSL as a Restructuring and Insolvency Expert.
Published in the Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal several times.
Chancery Bar Association; COMBAR; PNBA
- LLM International Commercial Law (Distinction), University of Nottingham
- BVC, BPP
- LLB Law (Hons), University of Hull
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 1
Natasha Dzameh – St John’s Chambers ‘Natasha digests the tricky elements of a case and plans out a robust, yet practical, strategy for resolving issues. She brings clarity and direction to a matter. Her advice is very astute.’(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 2
Natasha Dzameh – St John’s Chambers ‘Natasha has forensic attention to detail and is very analytical. She provides clear-headed, focussed advice which is understandable to clients. A very efficient barrister.’
Led by James Pearce-Smith, the ‘very experienced‘ team at St John’s Chambers is regularly instructed by individuals and large companies in a wide range of contentious work. Contractual disputes are a core area of expertise for Leslie Blohm KC. Charlie Newington-Bridges is ‘very user-friendly and able to engage very positively with judges in court, helping to turn round difficult cases‘. Natasha Dzameh has ‘excellent understanding of the issues and laws‘, and has a solid track record in representing financial institutions and international companies in cases involving alleged breaches of contract and restraint of trade. Nicholas Pointon is now a senior lecturer at the University of Exeter, and Leslie Blohm KC, as was, was appointed a Senior Circuit Judge in October 2022.
Natasha Dzameh – St John’s Chambers ‘Natasha is very analytical. She goes the extra mile. Her advice and drafting are detailed and she is always keen for a challenge. Natasha is able to build a good rapport with clients with her grounded approach and ability to explain complex legal principles.’