Natasha Axelrod has broad experience in both law and business, including business disputes, special education, personal injury, insurance, product liability, and sports media business.
In addition to years of experience litigating for plaintiff and defense firms, Natasha performed numerous legal and business tasks as part of the startup team that launched Time Warner Cable SportsNet after the network acquired key broadcasting rights for the Los Angeles Lakers. She also served as in-house counsel for the Whittier Area Cooperative Special Education Plan.
Natasha earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Syracuse University in 2005. At Chapman University School of Law, Natasha researched cutting edge constitutional and evidentiary issues as an assistant to a prominent law professor and externed at the United States Bankruptcy Court. She also represented veterans and their families in the Military Personnel Law Clinic and served on the Chapman Law Review. She graduated cum laude in 2010.
Admissions to Practice
- All state trial and appellate courts in California
- The Central District of California
Chapman University, Fowler School of Law
- Cum Laude
- Articles Editor, Chapman Law Review
- Research Assistant to Professor Henry S. Noyes
- B.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders, Cum Laude
Lawyers for Warriors Fundraising Committee for Veterans Legal Institute, Member
Young Professionals of Children’s Bureau, Orange County
Orange County Bar Association
Orange County Trial Lawyers Association
Orange County Women Lawyers Association
Syracuse University Alumni Club of Southern California
Judicial Extern to Judge Erithe A. Smith, United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California.
Careers in Law presented by the Office of Admissions. 2018. Chapman University, Fowler School of Law. CA.