Natashe is a member of the California, New York and South African bars and has a strong background in litigation. Before joining Miller & Washington, LLP, Natashe (pronounced “Natasha”) was a Senior Public Prosecutor in South Africa for ten years prosecuting major criminal cases involving rape, murder and robbery and receiving numerous commendations for her work.
California, New York, South Africa
LLM (International Legal Studies)
Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA (2007)
LLM (US Legal Studies)
Scholarship recipient American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA (2006)
University of Cape Town, South Africa (1994)
National Lawyers Guild
Alameda County Bar Association
Natashe is located in Old Oakland’s historic Dunn’s Building, which served as the western terminus hotel when the “golden spike” was driven in 1869 to link Eastern states with the Far West. The Dunn’s Building was carefully restored to its original condition in 1989 by Tom Wolf, a professor of California history. Miller & Washington, LLP became a part of an even greater link between Asia, the United States and the world. It opened the first U.S. law office in Vietnam after the war, established the Vietnam Green Building Council; and IPO Pang, PC (www.ipopang.com), headed by Fortune 500 attorney, Peter Pang, has partnered with us in various projects in China and Southeast Asia. The firm also works with a network of attorneys who are specialists in other areas.
Natashe Washington is an experienced litigator who had a distinguished career as a Senior Prosecutor in high profile criminal cases in South Africa for ten years before passing the New York and California bar exams and joining Miller & Washington. She currently focuses on special education law, personal injury, family and immigration law.
The firm is dedicated to helping those in need of legal representation and counsel, but face linguistic, cultural or economic barriers. Our attorneys have provided significant pro bono services through Green Cities Fund (www.greencitiesfund.org) and most cases are accepted on a contingency basis. All special education cases are accepted at no cost to parents.