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Natalie Bedoya McGinn joined Gelber Schachter & Greenberg, P.A., after serving as an Assistant District Attorney in the Appeals Division of the New York County District Attorney’s Office, an associate at a prominent national law firm, and a law clerk to two federal judges.
Natalie received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard College and her law degree from Duke University School of Law. At Duke, she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Duke Law Journal and as a teaching assistant for both Legal Writing and Constitutional Law. She also received the Faculty Award for Constitutional Law and Civil Rights, the James S. Bidlake Memorial Award for Superior Achievement in Legal Analysis, Research & Writing, and the Justin Miller Award for Intellectual Curiosity.
After graduating, Natalie worked as a law clerk to Judge Stanley Marcus on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and Judge Edward R. Korman on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Natalie then joined a top New York City law firm as a litigation associate, focusing on white-collar investigations and complex commercial litigation. Following her time at the firm, Natalie re-entered public service by joining the DA’s Office in Manhattan, where she gained extensive experience writing briefs and arguing appeals before New York appellate courts.
At Gelber Schachter & Greenberg, Natalie works on criminal, civil, and appellate matters.
A native Floridian and fluent Spanish speaker, Natalie lives with her husband and two daughters in Coral Gables.