Natalie Greaves grew up in Burlington, Wyoming near beautiful Yellowstone Park and attended Riverside High School in Basin, Wyoming. She attended Utah State University for two years, and graduated cum laude from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Arts in English. She spent several years as a full-time mom, learning to juggle and multi-task effectively. Natalie attended law school at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, graduating cum laude in 2010. While in school, Natalie had the opportunity to work with judges at the state trial court and appellate courts, as well as with the United State Civil Attorney’s office and with Judge Michael D. Hawkins of the Ninth Circuit court.
Natalie gained valuable research, writing and scholarship experience by serving as the Research editor for the ASU Law Journal, and was named an award winner for research, published writing and cite-checking. She was the research assistant for two law professors. In addition, she was named Cohen Professionalism scholarship winner for her writing on Ethics in the practice of law. She earned the Law, Science, and Technology certificate and served as the National Student Women in the Law chairperson for the J. Reuben Clark Law Society.
Since graduation, Natalie was law clerk for the Honorable Michael J. Brown of the State of Arizona Court of Appeals, and has practiced in the areas of family law, special education law, appellate law, general business litigation, and employment law. She also served on the State Board for the Arizona Association of Gifted and Talented.
Natalie loves living in Meridian, Idaho with her husband, two dogs, and youngest son. Visiting her two college kids is always her favorite. For fun, she enjoys volleyball, camping, watching youth sports, and reading.
Idaho State Bar (2014)
Arizona State Bar (2010)
J.D. Sandra Day O’Connor ASU College of Law (2010, cum laude)
B.A. University of Utah (1999, cum laude)