Nate is a senior associate. Drawing upon his background as an experienced commercial litigator handling high-value claims, he works across the full range of the firm’s cases.
Prior to joining our firm, Nate was an associate at the international law firm Kobre & Kim. Before Kobre & Kim, he was an associate at the UK Financial Conduct Authority.
Nate has acted for a broad range of clients, from individuals to corporates, across a wide range of industries. He has been published by Global Investigations Review and Bloomberg Law, and has been quoted several times in Commercial Disputes Resolution magazine.
Nate is a practising barrister and has appeared before the Court of Appeal and the UK Supreme Court. He has a passion for pro bono and has appeared before both the Welfare Benefits and Employment Tribunals on behalf of pro bono clients.
Nate is noted as an associate to watch by Chambers and Partners UK 2024, praising him as “very easy to deal with and very adept at knowing what particular points needs addressing,” and “an excellent communicator with an open and honest approach…willing to explain things in non-legal terms, allowing full comprehension and understanding of matters.”
Chambers describes Nate as being “very easy to deal with” and as an “excellent communicator” with “great attention to detail”, and is commended for his ability to “keep a cool head in pressing circumstances”.
Nate is also ranked in The Legal 500 UK 2024 guide, which describes him as “extremely able and talented.” He is the Membership Secretary of CORLA.
Nate read law at Durham University and studied the BPTC at Kaplan Law School. He was called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn in 2012. He has been ranked as one of the top 100 contentious trusts litigators globally by Citywealth Leaderslist, with peers noting that he is a “creative problem solver”.