“Nathan is a junior associate with a diverse range of experience in commercial litigation, high-value international arbitration and investigations”
Nathan trained at Clifford Chance and joined Cooke, Young & Keidan in May 2020 following qualification as a solicitor. Nathan has experience of a wide spectrum of contentious matters, including technology disputes, High Court proceedings, LCIA arbitration, parallel criminal and regulatory investigations, criminal fraud and deferred prosecution agreements, business and human rights issues (including reporting and due diligence requirements), and public international law. At Clifford Chance, Nathan also gained experience in tax disputes and spent six months on secondment in Singapore working in aviation finance.
Nathan read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Lancaster University, graduating with First Class Honours and at the top of his class. He then attended King’s College, University of Cambridge and graduated with a Master of Philosophy degree in Political Thought and Intellectual History.
Following his graduate study, Nathan undertook an internship in the International and Rights directorate at the Ministry of Justice, before completing the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course, both with Distinction, at BPP University.
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