Natasha currently works as a Part-Time Lecturer at the Law School of Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (APIIT). At APIIT, Natasha has been teaching and tutoring Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Law in Context, Introduction to Law and Legal English.
She is also a member of the Editorial Board of the inaugural APIIT Law Journal, the Patron of the Moot, Debate and Mock Mediation Society, and the Co-Leader of the English Language Centre of APIIT, an initiative of the APIIT Life Pillar.
Natasha holds an LL. B (hons.) degree from the Faculty of Law, University of Colombo and is an Attorney-at-Law of the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka.
During her time as an undergraduate, she has rendered research assistance for the preparation of a training curriculum and manual for law enforcement officials on ‘Child Trafficking’ and a baseline survey, report and presentation on ‘Child Marriage during the war and the post-war context in the North and East of Sri Lanka’.
She also works as a Defence Counsel at the Chambers of a President’s Counsel.
Natasha’s current research interests lie in Comparative Constitutional law, Environmental Constitutionalism, Gender and Women’s Rights and Transitional Justice.