Natalie is the Tisher Liner FC Law go-to for commercial and property law matters including the sale and purchase of businesses, commercial leasing, stamp duty, shareholder and unitholder agreements.

Natalie’s focus is to ensure that each client receives the best result by providing them with both strong legal, and solid commercial advice. Down-to-earth and responsive, Natalie Chani is driven by challenge when confronted with adversity. Central to her working ethos is the importance that she places on putting herself in the shoes of the client. She is committed to understand their needs and goals, and stops at nothing to turn those objectives into reality.

Beyond the firm, Natalie loves to learn about food and wine, practice her golf so that she can make it to 18 holes, and enjoys every opportunity to travel back to her native Vanuatu to spend time with her family.

If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward
- Martin Luther King, Jr

Qualifications & Industry Memberships

  • Bachelor of Laws, Victoria University, 2012
  • Bachelor of Arts Global (Honours), Monash University, 2009
  • Member of Law Institute of Victoria

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