Natalie splits her practice between civil and family law encompassing child care, ancillary relief, claims under TOLATA 1996 and personal injury work. She undertakes a large amount of Local Authority work, including applications to the Court of Protection and DOLS cases.
She advises and represents schools, LEAs and parents in education law matters, including representation at SENTW hearings.She also undertakes a high volume of personal injury work including costs hearings and, as a natural extension of this work, Coroner’s Inquests.
'Natalie Sandercock maintains a strong focus on ancillary relief matters and childcare instructions. She is also noted for her experience in the local authority arena'. (Chambers UK 2013)
'Natalie Sandercock is a "very able and smart lawyer and advocate." Her forte is in ancillary relief work'. (Chambers UK 2012)
‘Natalie Sandercock is praised for her detailed and forensic approach to ancillary relief and is attracting more high net worth cases as her reputation grows’. (Chambers UK 2011)
Recommended for care and ancillary relief work, (Legal 500, 2010)
Natalie Sandercock is described as “bright, enthusiastic…”. (Chambers UK 2010)
Natalie Sandercock is “developing a reputation for top quality ancillary relief work and cohabitee disputes” (Chambers UK 2009)
Natalie Sandercock is “very clever and working beyond her call”; (Legal 500 2007)
- Deputy District Judge (Civil) (2011)
- Chair of Primary School Governing Body (2010-)
- Family Law Bar Association
- Literae Humaniores (Classics) 2:1,Oxford University
- PG Diploma in Law (C.P.E.), U.W.E., Bristol
- Middle Temple awards: Benefactors’ Scholarship, Lord Justice Sachs Entrance Exhibition and Astbury Pupillage award