Natalie Acheampong is a civil liberties and human rights paralegal at GT Stewart Solicitors. She has experience working with vulnerable clients on a variety of cases, including actions against the police and other state authorities. This involves civil actions for assault, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution and inquests into deaths in state custody. She also has experience in working with vulnerable clients that have experienced domestic violence. She has voluntarily completed a social action project on improving services to high risk victims of domestic violence, publishing her own paper and doing a lecture at BPP University of Law on the subject.
After graduating from university in 2017 with a masters, Natalie completed a six month legal internship role with Sisters for Change, a human rights organisation that works to combat violence against women globally. Prior to joining GT Stewart Solicitors, she worked as a crime and family paralegal at Audu and Co Solicitors, where she worked with vulnerable women experiencing domestic violence and built a rapport with clients in the family department. She will start studying the Legal Practice Course in September 2019.
Natalie also practices Brazilian Jui Jitsu. She joined the GT Stewart Civil Liberties Team as a Paralegal in July 2018.
Education and Qualifications
- 2018 – present TuWezeshe Akina Dada Social Action Project (Forward UK, Lecture at BPP University)
- 2016 – 2017 Merit LLM Criminal Law and Criminal Justice (University of Sussex)
- 2013 – 2016 First Class LLB Law (University of Sussex)