Natalie Dindar

Natalie Dindar


Natalie joined Travlaw in March 2018 as a Paralegal, having gained valuable experience in various areas of employment and litigation in other national firms.

Natalie provides valuable support and assistance in supporting employers in the Travel industry on a wide range of issues, and draws on her experience of previously running a large number of employment tribunal cases. When not assisting on employment law, Natalie runs a litigation case load liaising and often taking instructions from our overseas clients.

Originally from Leeds, Natalie graduated from the University of Leeds in 2015 with a 2:1 BA Hons in English Language, helping to enhance the array of skills she utilises in handling work for Travlaw’s clients.

Natalie began her legal career working in Motor Recoveries managing a busy caseload of files from pre-litigation all the way through to the litigation process, before moving on to working in employment law dealing with a range of employment issues, including complex discrimination cases.

Natalie enjoys building close relationships with clients by getting to know them and going the extra mile on each case, no matter how big or small. She also appreciates that clients want legal advice which is straight to the point, and she has the always-advantageous ability to explain the law in a way which is easy to understand.

Outside of work, Natalie also works hard by keeping fit in the gym or running in the great outdoors. She balances that with enjoying plenty of meals out and, naturally, looks forward to exploring new cities.

My favourite place

Athens. This city is full of fascinating ancient Greek history and is one of the oldest cities in the world. To name a few attractions, there is the Modern Olympic Stadium made entirely of marble, which has some of its original marble – over 1,000 years old – still intact! Of course, the Acropolis hosts some spectacular pieces of architecture with the Parthenon, dedicated to the goddess Athena, the Temple of Athena Nike, and down the Southwest slope the theatre of Dionysos where you can enjoy opera on an evening! You can see the Acropolis beautifully lit up at night from one of the city’s many rooftop bars. Mount Lycabettus is the highest point in Athens and you can climb it just before sunset to get a panoramic view of the whole city. The old town of Plaka is extremely picturesque, with quaint restaurants and bars dotted along the cobbled streets. Athens has a cool nightlife and coffee scene and is surprisingly cheap compared to other major European cities. Greek portion sizes are also on the large side, so you won’t go hungry!