OUR CORNERSTONE: NATASHA MONI
"Problems cannot be solved with the same mind set that created them." - Albert Einstein
Natasha Moni is a labour law specialist, she qualified in law from Wits University in 1999. After serving her articles she became an associate at the Labour Appeal Court. Natasha was admitted as an attorney in 2001 and has rights of appearance in the High Court of South Africa, as well as the Labour Court and Labour appeal Court. She has worked for Deneys Reitz (now Norton Rose) and Schindlers Attorneys as a Professional Assistant. In 2003 realising that she could add more value to her clients, she opened up her own law firm specializing in Labour Law, dispute resolution and labour litigation.
Natasha drafts precise employment contracts and company policies. She is finely tuned to assist with dispute resolution. As an international mediator and arbitrator, Natasha is primed to assist with conflict resolution, be it mediating internal disputes or chairing inquiries. Natasha litigates with integrity and only when necessary, she mitigates your risk!
Aside from her duties in her law firm Natasha has instructed law graduates in Labour Law at the Practical Legal Training School. The following are a few words about Natasha from Nikeziwe Nzimande, a past student:
"I have had the honour of interacting with Natasha as a lecturer at the School for Practical Legal Studies where she lectured to our group in Labour Law.
Needless to say, when it came to be that I needed legal counsel on a labour relations matter, the choice was obvious, with great results".
Nikeziwe Nzimande, BA LLB LLM
Natasha is a past Vice-President of SASLAW. Clare Fincham from SASLAW said "Natasha is proficient, knowledgeable, rarely shied away from a good debate and always willing to assist."
Natasha is also a member of the Businesswomen's Association of South Africa. "A highly intellectual, warm and passionate woman. Her commitment to empowering people through excellent service is unsurpassed. I am inspired by her", said Nokuthula Mathunda from the BWA.
She finds time to empower those who cannot afford legal representation at ProBono.org (Constitutional Hill). This is what is said about her:
"This year our organisation embarked on setting up a new project focusing on indigent clients in need of labour law assistance. Natasha Moni responded enthusiastically to our request. I must add that Natasha has always been involved in pro bono work and has over the years finalised quite complex pro bono labour matters.
Annelie du Plessis, Staff Attorney, ProBono.org
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