Natasha Sunderji

Natasha is a student-at-law with Du Plooy Law. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Ottawa. During her time in Ottawa, Natasha interned for Parliament of Canada and was a campaign coordinator for the federal elections. In addition to pursuing her interests in politics and Natasha was published by the University of Ottawa for her research on health care options available in Canada after the Holocaust.  After completing her Graduate LL.B in England, Natasha is now trying to figure out  the topic for her LL.M dissertation.

Prior to joining Du Plooy Law, Natasha volunteered in legal aid with Elizabeth Fry Society at the Calgary Court Centre, where she provided assistance in family law. When Natasha is not articling she enjoys sketching and reading French comic books.


  • Legal Practice Course, City University London, 2015
  • Graduate LL.B (Distinction), University of Exeter, 2013
  • Bachelor of Social Science Criminology (Honours), University of Ottawa, 2011
  • Bachelor of Social Science Political Science (Honours), University of Ottawa, 2011

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