Natasha Phidd joined the Ackerman & Falcon team in 2021. She strives to zealously advocate for her clients while providing them with a shoulder to lean on and an ear to hear their needs and trepidations. Ms. Phidd possesses a deep motivation to help others, and she seeks to use her role as a citizen lawyer to fight for the little guy. It is too often the case that people facing serious and at times life-upending situations get swept under the rug. With this in mind, Ms. Phidd aims to provide great care, communication, and attention to each of her clients' cases, questions, and concerns.
Ms. Phidd's legal advocacy skills were sharpened in William & Mary Law School. She was a notably active student within the law school community, having been awarded the Dean's Certificate for outstanding contributions to and initiative on behalf of the law school. As a highlight in brief, Ms. Phidd was a member of William & Mary Law School's Moot Court Team; the Senior Articles Editor and Symposium Coordinator of William & Mary Law School's Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice; a student in the law school's Innocence Project Clinic; and the Founder of JurispruDANCE, an organization dedicated to improving the physical, emotional, and mental health of William & Mary's law students through dance and physical activity.
In her free time, Ms. Phidd enjoys reading, exploring parks, recreational breakdancing and choreography, visiting museums and wineries with friends, and watching Survivor.
J.D., William & Mary Law School, 2019
B.A., Princeton University, 2013
Virginia Bar Association
Member Since: 2020
Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Member Since: 2020
A Call of Duty to Counterstrike: Cyberharassment and the Toxic Gaming Culture Plaguing Female Gamers and Developers, 25 Wm. & Mary J. Race, Gender, and Social Justice (2019)