Natasha Berg was born and spent a significant portion of her childhood in a third world country. She witnessed firsthand the suffering of impoverished, underrepresented, and oppressed families.
It was not until she moved to the United States, at the age of 13, that she realized struggling on a daily basis should not be an accepted way of life for anybody. This realization impacted her on a fundamental level, and the path she followed to address society’s persisting wrongs seemed to choose her as much as she chose to pursue it.
She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Literature from San Francisco State University, where she studied the birth and evolution of language and how it reflected societal norms and values on an international scale.
This provided her with a deeper appreciation not only for diverse cultures, but for common problems that both unite and pollute communities worldwide. Upon graduating, law school was the natural next step for her, as she now had a clear vision of advocating for those facing society’s ever-present injustices.
Natasha received her Juris Doctor from New York Law School. Natasha’s life experiences and education background have made her instrumental in assisting with trial preparation, drafting complex legal documents, and spotting, addressing and arguing legal issues that have been essential to achieving a successful outcome in numerous clients’ cases.
Natasha’s vision of fighting to protect those who need it most has become a reality since working for the firm, whose values are aligned perfectly with her own.