Natasha Bodden is a Caymanian litigation attorney who practices both in Civil and Criminal matters. She has a wealth of experience in Immigration matters, Labour matters, Civil Servant dispute matters, Family matters, Planning matters, Liquor Licensing matters and contractual disputes, to name a few of the areas she specializes in.
In addition to practicing law, Natasha has drafted and amended laws and regulations, played a fundamental role in the implementation of new laws and drafting and implementing policies throughout the Cayman Islands Government, worked overseas as an international contractual advisor to large companies and she is well known throughout the Cayman Islands as an advocate for those who are unable to speak for themselves.
Natasha obtained her LLB degree from the University of Liverpool, her Professional Practice Course with Distinction from University of Queens Belfast and was awarded the O.L. Panton Prize for Best Performance. Natasha received her Diploma in Counselling in British Columbia, Canada and has since then been using forms of mediation throughout her areas of practice.
Having been employed with the Cayman Islands Government as the head of the Freedom of Information Unit and the Immigration Appeals Tribunal and then having her own law practice for years, Natasha's broad knowledge of the Cayman Islands, their laws and international best practices serves to enhance her wealth of experience.
Natasha is passionate about her work and enjoys spending time with her family, reading, playing football with her son, training dogs, is an avid chef and is a keen boatman who spends a lot of time on the water.