Natascha Coverdale

Natascha Coverdale is a recent graduate of the Canadian and American Dual J.D program at the University of Windsor and Detroit Mercy School of Law and recently joined Avanessy Giordano LLP as an Articling Student. Prior to law school, Natascha obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Public Policy at the University of Guelph.

While in law school, Natascha was a Mentor in the Windsor Law Mentorship Program, Internal Vice President for the First Generation Network, Committee Member of the Student Law Society’s Sexual Assault Awareness Committee, and a Representative of the Family Law Society. Natascha participated in several moots including the Patrick Kennan Moot and Hicks Morley Labour Law Moot. Natascha was a Legal Intern for the Veterans Law Clinic at Detroit Mercy School of Law and a Caseworker at Community Legal Aid in Windsor. Natascha also obtained a Self-Represented Litigants and Access to Justice Certificate.

Outside of work, Natascha’s interests include reading, playing board games with her friends and family, and traveling.

Building Negligence: A slippery slope

If you are walking down the street in the midst of a beautiful snow fall, you are likely not thinking of the potential accumulation of ice on buildings. Removing ice from buildings is essential to keep the public safe when travelling in Ontario, especially areas surrounded by high-rise structures.