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Nathalie Bull - Public / Direct Access  LL.B (Hons) Barrister

Called to the Bar: July 2004 (Inner Temple)



  • Nathalie received two scholarships from the Inner Temple, which included the Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Scholarship and a Major BVC Exhibition.


After completing the Bar Course Nathalie worked as an Advocate for Lyons Davidson Solicitors where she specialised in personal injury and general civil law. Nathalie joined New Walk Chambers in March 2007. 

Areas of Practice

  • Family - Nathalie undertakes work in all areas of family law, including private child law, public law and financial proceedings. 
  • Nathalie has particular interest in children law matters and many of her cases have involved parental alienation, physical and sexual abuse. 
  • Nathalie regularly accepts instructions from Local Authorities, parents and relatives. 
  • Nathalie strives to achieve the best possible result for her clients. She has a progressive approach to her cases with a view to concluding matters at the earliest stage in the proceedings.
  • Equine - Nathalie is a keen horse enthusiast having competed on horses from a young age. She fully appreciates the problems, joys and expense involved in owning, breeding and riding horses and the inevitable legal issues which often arise. She applies a professional and pragmatic approach to each equine matter.
  • Nathalie accepts instructions for written advice, conferences and hearings, involving areas of equine law including the following:
    • The Animals Act 1971;
    • Consumer Rights Act 2015;
    • Buying, loaning and selling horses - warranties, unsoundness, fitness for purpose and vices;
    • Negligence;
    • Nuisance;
    • Personal injury.


Nathalie is a member of the Equine Lawyers Association.

public access

Public access, or as it is also known, Direct access accredited.


Horse riding, running, spending time with her family and travel. Nathalie enjoys taking part in 10k mud runs and inflatable runs.



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