Natasha has a great eye for detail and is able to marshal arguments into very concise and effective submissions and pleadings.”

The Legal 500 2024, Property and Construction

Natasha is often instructed on TCC matters regarding residential and commercial construction disputes. Her instructions range from advising pre-action to adjudication, trials and enforcement of adjudicator’s decisions. She has appeared as sole counsel against a specialist construction silk and is accustomed to arguments concerning insurance, subrogation, latent defects and design flaws. She is also frequently instructed in professional negligence matters in relation to construction professionals (see Natasha’s professional negligence CV for more details here).

Recent work includes:

  • An adjudication concerning numerous contractual variations, defective works and delay charges
  • A claim concerning failure to pay, novation and agency in respect of construction contracts valued at £1.8 million
  • A dispute over whether an eco-house project of c.£500,000 was design and build or turnkey along with allegations of misrepresentation, deceit and unjust enrichment
  • A negligence claim involving arguments as to allocation of risk in a JCT contract which required an All Risks Joint Names Policy and liability of sub-contractors
  • A dispute over oral variations to a building contract, scope of the original works and alleged defects.
  • A claim concerning unpaid interim payment certificates pursuant to a JCT Contract where additional payment had been promised upon reaching a target date.

Directory Quotes

Natasha is technically good but also practical and tactical as well. She foresees problems and gives tactical advice on what should or shouldn’t be done. ‘She goes over and beyond, looking at different aspects to get the best outcome. She knows the law inside out and uses that to her advantage to build a fantastic result. She builds a great rapport with clients.’ “

Chambers UK 2024, Real Estate Litigation

Natasha is frequently praised by market sources and continues to advise on claims relating to trespass, nuisance, breach of covenant and proprietary estoppel. ‘She is very thorough and quick on her feet in court. Her submissions are excellent, and she is able to respond to comments by the judge and opponents in excellent time.’ “

Chambers UK 2024, Real Estate

Natasha is a great advocate with a sharp eye for detail. ‘She is very thorough and meticulous in her drafting. She never fails to consider all aspects including those beyond the immediate issue and demonstrates an exceptional knowledge and understanding of the law, both factually and practically.’

Chambers UK 2024, Construction

Natasha is very analytical. She goes the extra mile. Her advice and drafting are detailed and she is always keen for a challenge. Natasha is able to build a good rapport with clients with her grounded approach and ability to explain complex legal principles.”

The Legal 500 2023, Property and Construction

Natasha works hard and turns things around really quickly, while clearly putting the time and effort into thinking through what is best for her and my client.’ ‘She is serious, competent, and knows all the procedures.’ “

Chambers UK 2023, Construction

Natasha always provides clear and detailed opinions. She explores all aspects of the case and has detailed knowledge not only of the law but the procedural rules. She focuses on the core issues, and her legal analysis is firm.”

Legal 500 2022, Property and Construction

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


Natasha is a strong advocate, robust and able to think creatively to reach a novel solution to difficult legal issues.”


An excellent and compelling advocate. Natasha is insightful, personable and very intelligent.”


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

  • 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.