Assistant Professor, Legal Support Programs
|Mon||10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.|
|Wed||10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.|
|Fri||By Appointment Only|
Natalie is an assistant professor and program director for the Legal Support Services (Paralegal and Legal Practice Assistant) programs. After many years as an adjunct instructor, Natalie came into teaching full-time at LCSC in January 2016.
Prior to that time, Natalie worked as a litigation paralegal and office administrator for 20 years. She drafted and prepared legal correspondence, pleadings, discovery, contracts, deeds, estate planning documents and leases; drafted mediation submittals; assisted in the research, drafting, and finalization of trial memoranda; organized hearing and trial notebooks; attending mediations/arbitrations, court hearings and trials; and maintained the office deadlines and court calendars.
Natalie has been active in the Lewiston community by serving as a member of LLSA . . . the Association for Legal Professionals (Lewiston Chapter) and was recognized by her peers as the Idaho State Legal Professional “Member of the Year” in 2009. Natalie has also been featured in the college textbook Contract Law for Paralegals where she published an article entitled “Paralegal Prospective," and recently served as the President of the LCSC Alumni Association.
Natalie received her A.A.S. and B.A.S. degrees from LCSC in 1999 and 2000, and recently completed her Master's degree at Idaho State University in 2020.
Natalie is originally from Klamath Falls, Oregon, and resides with her family in Lewiston.