Natalie Rupp is a Senior Litigation Paralegal and Notary Public.  She has more than 40 years in the legal profession – the past 25 years representing injured parties in catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases.  She has assisted in several jury trials which have resulted in seven-figure verdicts.  For the past 7 years, she has also been an Adjunct Professor in Applied Statistics and Research Methods and Behavioral Sciences at SDSU.

She attended the University of Southern California where she obtained her B.A. in Education (a minor in Political Science) and her Paralegal Certification. She also attended San Diego State University where she obtained her M.A., MFT, and the University of California, San Diego Extension where she obtained her English/Spanish Interpreter & Translation certification.

Natalie enjoys spending time with her family and their dog “Kokoleka.” She enjoys playing golf, sailing, kayaking, walks on the beach, reading, movies, and sports.  She believes in contributing and giving back to her community and has served on the Board of Directors for a few non-profit organizations.  She loves learning and experiencing the various cultures that make up our world and has traveled the world, including Europe, Asia, North America and Central America, but always looks forward to returning to her hometown of San Diego, CA.