Natalia Werhun is an associate lawyer at Crupi Law Professional Corporation.
Natalia’s practice focuses primarily on assisting clients with commercial purchase and sale transactions, as well as acting for both lenders and borrowers on institutional and private financing transactions. Natalia also has experience advising landlords and tenants on commercial leasing issues, as well as corporate and business related matters.
Before joining Crupi Law, Natalia worked in Ottawa as an associate lawyer at Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP in the Real Estate and Development and Municipal Law groups after having articled at the firm. Natalia completed her law degree at the University of Ottawa in 2011. As a law student, she interned with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, as well as the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. While at law school, Natalia was awarded the Godyne Sibay Scholarship in Real Estate Law and the County of Carleton Law Association Scholarship.
Natalia enjoys the challenge of practicing law and helping clients find effective solutions.
She takes pride in her work, her commitment to her clients and her involvement in the community. Through her volunteer experience, Natalia has gained first-hand experience with day-to- day commercial leasing matters and has developed an understanding of the issues affecting landlords.
Outside of the office, Natalia enjoys spending time with family and friends, and being outdoors.
2011 Juris Doctor (Cum Laude), University of Ottawa
2008 Honours Bachelor of Arts (with Distinction), Political Science, McMaster University
Law Society of Upper Canada (2012)
The Law Society of Upper Canada
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Markham Board of Trade
Ukrainian Canadian Professional and Business Association of Toronto
Secretary, Board of Directors, UNF Education and Recreation Society
Administration Committee Member, Ukrainian National Federation of Canada (Toronto Branch)
Condominium Director’s Course, Canadian Condominium Institute (Ottawa Chapter)
Polish (Conversational Knowledge)