Natasha Shotunde features in a video released by the Bar Council's flagship social mobility campaign, #IAmTheBar, created to encourage those from less "traditional' backgrounds to consider becoming a barrister. It features some of the Bar Council's 2018 Social Mobility Advocates, of which Natasha Shotunde is one of them, and a sneak peek of the new 2019 ones, soon to be announced. 

Natasha Shotunde is a member of the Young Barristers’ Committee and a Social Mobility Advocate for the Bar Council and their flagship #IAmTheBar campaign, she is also a co-founder of the Black Barristers’ Network.

Natasha is a barrister who accepts instructions in family, civil, regulatory/professional discipline and extradition. Her main practice is family law and she has a particular interest in international cases and cases involving a human rights element. Natasha also works on disclosure reviews for inquiries. She was instructed on the Grenfell Inquiry and is currently working on the Dame Linda Dobbs Review.