Natasha is a member of Sullivan’s Tax Group and is located in our Boston office. She joins Sullivan after years of experience representing large clients in tax controversy as well engaging in tax planning. Natasha has extensive experience in multi-jurisdictional tax issues including the areas of corporate nexus, apportionment, domicile, sales and use, and unitary business, and has also been involved in negotiating tax increment financing programs.

Natasha has written and spoken on the intersection of tax policy and technology and has a scholarly focus on the ways in which tax policy may evolve in a time of rapidly changing social and cultural values (including remote work). She has presented on the taxation of new digital products including Non-Fungible Tokens and revenues from novel digital products.

Additionally, Natasha is an Associate Professor of Law at New England Law School in Boston, where she runs the Tax Clinic to help train students through experiential learning and build bridges from the classroom to practice. Though her doctrinal course offerings are in the areas of Tax, Property & Critical Race Theory, Natasha continues her commitment to preparing law students to be practice-ready on graduation and strengthening the legal profession in Boston.

Natasha has served in leadership roles of the Boston Bar Association’s State and Local Tax section, the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Taxation Steering Committee, as well as on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion standing committees and task forces. In addition, she served on the executive committee of the North American South Asian Bar Association and as the President of the South Asian Bar Association of Greater Boston.

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Massachusetts


  • JD, Suffolk University Law School
  • MBA, Suffolk University - Sawyer Business School (concentration in Finance)
  • BA, Smith College


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