Natalie Drott was born and raised in Austin, Texas. After she graduated from high school in Austin, Natalie left Texas to attend college in Bloomington, Indiana. Missing sunshine, wide open spaces, and Tex-Mex, Natalie moved back home to Texas during the pandemic, and finished college remotely. After graduating from IU, Natalie attended Baylor Law School, where she met her husband, Kyle Drott, a Whitehouse, Texas native.

While in law school, Natalie served as Articles Editor for Baylor Law Review and as a judicial intern to the U.S. District Judge Alan Albright of the Western District of Texas, Waco Division. She also worked for Baylor's Pre-Law Program, advising students and planning university events to help undergraduate students plan for law school.

Natalie is developing a general civil practice with a focus on real estate matters, business entity formations, business litigation, and intellectual property protection and litigation.


  • Indiana University, B.S. in Biology, minors in Environmental Science, Psychology, and Spanish, 2020, with High Distinction
  • Baylor Law School, J.D., 2023, Cum Laude, Highest Ranking Student

Community Involvement & Personal Interests

  • Grace Community Church—Old Jacksonville Campus
  • Junior League of Tyler
  • Club Pilates Tyler
  • In her spare time, Natalie enjoys road trips, visiting national parks, knitting, trying not to adopt every animal she meets, and spending time with her husband Kyle.

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate Law
  • Business Entities
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Bankruptcy
  • Banking & Commercial Transactions