Natalie D. Camastra is a litigator who focuses her practice on complex litigation and internal investigations. Natalie represents clients in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, emerging technology, and consumer products. She dedicates a significant portion of her practice to pro bono advocacy, focusing on impact litigation and the needs of Spanish-speaking and immigrant communities.
As a law student at Georgetown University Law Center, Natalie successfully represented asylum seekers before the Arlington Immigration Court, achieving favorable outcomes despite changes in the treatment of gender-based asylum claims. She also earned a writing award as part of the school’s first-year Beaudry Moot Court Competition, served as an executive editor for the Food & Drug Law Journal, and advised first-year students in Georgetown's legal practice program.
Prior to law school, Natalie worked alongside congressional offices, agency officials, White House staff, and other stakeholders to craft and implement federal policy solutions in the areas of healthcare and immigration on behalf of the Latina community.