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Natasha Roland

Natasha Roland


Natasha Roland is an associate attorney in the Sacramento-based law firm of Remy Moose Manley, LLP, which specializes in environmental law, land use and planning, water law, initiatives and referenda, and administrative law generally. Ms. Roland joined the firm in 2024.

Ms. Roland received her Bachelor of Arts degree in international affairs, graduating cum laude, with a minor in political science from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. in 2011. She received her Juris Doctorate from Southwestern Law School in 2016 with a distinction in public service. She attended law school on a full Wildman/Schumacher merit-based scholarship.

As a law student, Ms. Roland practiced in the Department of Fair Employment and Housing’s Civil Rights Clinic, interned for the Tribal Law and Policy Institute and led the school’s chapter of the Homelessness Prevention Law Project.

Just prior to law school she worked in development and communications for an international human rights organization focused on international humanitarian law and women’s rights. After graduating from law school, she received a sponsored postgraduate fellowship focused on homelessness prevention at a legal aid organization in Los Angeles. Ms. Roland later served as an attorney for children in dependency court, as an economic benefits attorney and ran an eviction defense legal clinic. Ms. Roland received her LLM in Water and Environmental Law from McGeorge Law School in 2024.


  • L.L.M., McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, 2024

  • J.D., Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, 2016

  • B.A., George Washington University, Washington, D.C, Elliott School of International Affairs, 2011

Professional Affiliations

  • The State Bar of California, Environmental Law Section