Visiting Professor of Law
- JD, 1966, Georgetown University
- BA, 1963, La Salle College
Areas of Expertise
Professor Natali teaches comparative civil liberties.
Natali joined the Temple Law School faculty in 1990. He has published numerous articles on death penalty litigation, evidence and trial advocacy throughout his career. In 1971, Natali formed the law firm of Segal, Appel and Natali, specializing in criminal defense. He has also been involved in the training of trial lawyers with the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA) for more than 35 years.
Honors and Affiliations
Natali currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania Innocence Project. He has been a member of the Board of Directors, Philadelphia Defender Association, since 1992. While studying at Georgetown University, he was associate editor of the Georgetown Law Journal.
Natali's publications include State of NITA v. Walter Bacon (with Innes III) (NITA, 2005); "New Bars in Pennsylvania Capital Post-Conviction Law and their Implications for Federal Habeas Corpus Review" in 73 Temple Law Review 69 (2000); and "Are You Going to Arraign His Whole Life?: How Sexual Propensity Evidence Violates the Due Process Clause" in 28 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 1 (with Stigall) (1996).