Natasha is a fountain of knowledge. She is very astute and is able to look at complex issues and break them down easily to determine the best strategy to meet a client’s needs. Natasha also always provides prompt and clear advice.”

The Legal 500 2024, Commercial Litigation

Natasha has a broad range of experience in corporate and personal insolvency disputes including complicated matters where the issues require knowledge of her other practice areas. She also accepts instructions in relation to international corporate law and insolvency.

Natasha attended the Court of Appeal with her then pupil master in Davy v Pickering and others [2017] EWCA Civ 30. This successful matter concerned restoration to the register of a dissolved company.

Her experience includes:

  • A c.£1.65m insolvency matter involving allegations of breach of fiduciary duties by LPA receivers
  • An application for disclosure of documents used in other proceedings in the Chancery Division, Companies Court involving the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 and a company in liquidation which managed a fund in excess of £100m
  • An application for deferment of dissolution in which she successfully argued that the dissolution date used by Companies House involved an incorrect interpretation of section 201(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986
  • Bankruptcy matters including: annulment of bankruptcy orders; bankruptcy petitions; charging orders post-bankruptcy; disputes concerning sums owed after discharge; disputes concerning the extent of a bankrupt’s assets including beneficial interests in property; suspension of discharge from bankruptcy; transactions at an undervalue; and trustees’ applications for formal examination of the bankrupt.
  • Partnership liability following the bankruptcy of a partner
  • Setting aside statutory demands
  • The application of the Administration of Insolvent Estates of Deceased Persons Order 1986
  • Winding up proceedings including injunctions in respect of winding-up petitions

Natasha has produced seven insolvency practice notes concerning general partnerships and limited partnerships for LexisPSL as one of their restructuring & insolvency experts. Read more here.

Directory Quotes

Natasha Dzameh is a commercial and chancery practitioner handling property, insolvency, wills and trusts disputes. She is regularly instructed in high-value and complex litigation. ‘Natasha’s technical expertise is phenomenal.’ ‘Natasha is excellent. She is really clear in terms of her advocacy, good on her feet and can be really forceful when needed.’”

Chambers UK 2024, Chancery

Natasha is a methodical thinker who prepares thoroughly for trial. On her feet she is fast, but particularly comes into her own in closing arguments.  Her written work is also very thorough but most importantly when working together on a matter, she is always available to talk something over on the phone.”

The Legal 500 2024, Chancery, Probate, and Tax

Natasha has a dynamic practice which covers a broad range of commercial litigation. ‘She is great with clients and clear and concise when advising.’ ‘A really tenacious and sharp barrister.’ ‘Very good on contracts, clever, direct and cuts to the chase.’ “

Chambers UK 2024, Commercial Dispute Resolution

Natasha has forensic attention to detail and is very analytical. She provides clear-headed, focussed advice which is understandable to clients. A very efficient barrister.”

The Legal 2023, Commercial Litigation

Natasha has a dynamic practice which covers a broad range of commercial litigation. ‘ ‘Natasha is extremely knowledgeable and efficient. She is also very approachable and flexible in her work style. She provided outstanding service.’ “

Chambers UK 2023, Commercial Dispute Resolution

She is an absolute ball of energy. She is good in court and fights her case. She is very thorough and she thinks outside the box.”


She has good attention to detail and was quick to think outside the box. She was creative in her drafting.”

CHAMBERS UK 2022, Commercial Litigation

Natasha is very responsive, extremely thorough, pragmatic and easy to work with as part of the team. She is an assertive and tenacious advocate.”


Her strong legal analysis and keen eye for detail allow her to offer concise and pragmatic advice.”


Natasha will look at the bigger picture to provide the clients with clear but rounded advice.” “She does not just consider one aspect of a case but takes all solutions and pathways into consideration.” “Always friendly and ready to discuss matters. Very pragmatic and approachable.”


Professional, knowledgeable, and with a good eye for detail.”


Natasha’s very thorough, her attention to detail is strong and she’s very approachable. She’s always at the other end of the phone and she’s always willing to help.’ ‘She is right on top of the legal and factual aspects of a case.’ “

Chambers UK 2020, Chancery

Natasha is extremely intelligent, with an eye for practical and innovative solutions.”

  • Appointments:

    • Contributing Author to LexisPSL as a Restructuring and Insolvency Expert (2021)
  • Qualifications & awards:

    • LLM International Commercial Law (Distinction), University of Nottingham
    • BVC, BPP
    • LLB Law (Hons), University of Hull
    • Bristol Law Society’s “Barrister of the Year 2017”
    • Istituto di Studi Economici e per l’Occupazione Scholarship
    • Ferens Scholarship
  • Professional memberships:

    • ConTrA
    • COMBAR
    • Chancery Bar Association
    • Professional Negligence Bar Association
  • Natasha Dzameh is regulated by the Bar Standards Board (BSB) and holds a current practising certificate. If you are not satisfied with the service provided, please read here.