Phoenix Employment Lawyer
Natalie B. Virden
Employment Law - Employees
Employment Law - Employers
State Bar of Arizona: Employment and Labor Law Section
Bar and COURT ADMISSIONS
U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, 2014
U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 2014
Natalie Virden’s labor and employment law practice includes wage and hour law, collective and class action lawsuits, Title VII, and labor arbitration.
Before going into private practice, Natalie gained valuable
experience as a legal extern at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,
where she worked on cases arising under Title VII, and for Arizona Court of
Appeals Judge Samuel A. Thumma.
Natalie earned her law degree at the University of Iowa College
of Law, where she volunteered with the Iowa Legal Aid Pro Se Divorce Clinic and
worked in the University of Iowa College of Law Legal Clinic, handling both
employment law matters and various estate planning services. She also served as
the Executive Officer for the Graduate and Professional Student Government,
where she advocated on behalf of the University’s nearly 10,000 graduate and
professional students in meetings with administrators and the Board of Regents.
During law school Natalie received the CALI Excellence for the
Future Award in several areas, including Federal Courts, Professional
Responsibility, Constitutional Law II, and Criminal Procedure.
Law Brings Clarity to the Use of Independent Contractors," September 2016
Valley of the Sun Active 20-30 Club
J.D., University of Iowa College of Law, 2014: CALI Excellence for the Future Award (Federal Courts, Professional Responsibility, Constitutional Law II, Criminal Procedure)
B.A., Political Science, University of Iowa, 2011