By: 19 March 2024
Natalie Saunders joins Han Law, bringing 25 Years of HR and legal expertise

Yorkshire-based Han Law has bolstered its team with the appointment of Natalie Saunders, a HR director and employment lawyer with nearly 25 years of experience.

Natalie has worked with a range of businesses from start-ups to global household names, in financial services, professional services, higher education, food and drink, and manufacturing. She also has the invaluable experience of running her own businesses.

Her work-related passions are strategy, culture, people experience, leadership development and equality, diversity and inclusion.

Pragmatic and highly commercial, Natalie recognises the value and impact of prioritising people experience on crucial KPIs such as attraction, recruitment, retention, and individual as well as organisational performance.

On the appointment, Hannah Strawbridge, founder and CEO of Han Law, said;

“I’m thrilled to welcome Natalie to Han Law, and I’m very excited about what she can bring to the table. Natalie has a huge depth of HR knowledge, particularly in the field of equality, diversity and inclusion, that will add so much value to our clients. She’s also a naturally curious and empathetic ‘people’ person, making her the perfect fit for us and our clients. She’s a brilliant addition to the team.”

On her appointment, Natalie commented;

“Hannah and the Han Law team are disrupting the market for employment law and HR advice, reimagining the relationship between providers of professional services and their clients. It’s a truly exciting business to be a part of and I’m delighted to supplement their legal advisory services with my HR expertise, making our offer even more compelling.”

Image: Natalie Saunders, a HR director and employment lawyer at Han Law. 
Emma Cockings
Emma is the content editor for Yorkshire Legal News. Emma is an experienced writer with a background in client-centric personal injury law for a major firm. She has attended and reported on numerous high-profile legal events in Yorkshire.