He's committed to fighting for justice, fairness, and human rights. As an attorney in Keller Rohrback's Plaintiff's Tort Litigation Group, Nathan represents classes, individuals, and businesses harmed by others.
Nathan sharpened his litigation skills trying cases for the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. With his extensive trial and courtroom experience, Nathan knows when it's time to fight, but he also has the discernment to know when compromise benefits his clients.
A 2012 graduate of Seattle University School of Law, Nathan co-wrote constitutional and human rights educational materials for youth in Zambia, with a focus on gender-based violence and police brutality. Nathan's work was inspired by six months he spent in Zambia in college. A professor and mentor noticed Nathan's "advocate's heart" and encouraged him to pursue a career in law.
Prior to joining Keller Rohrback, Nathan served as a judicial law clerk in the U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington. He also served as a certified law clerk for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office's Victim Impact Program. Before that, he worked as a paralegal at a large firm in Chicago.
When not lawyering, Nathan enjoys playing the piano. You may just see him on the keys at a bar association event or in a hotel lobby. He lives in Seattle, where he and his wife wrangle two small fries and attempt the occasional DIY home project.
Professional and Civic Involvement Honors & Awards Articles & Presentations Practice Emphasis Class Action & Consumer Litigation Insurance Bad Faith & Policyholder Rights Personal Injury Litigation Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, & Catastrophic Property Loss Education Seattle University School of Law J.D., 2012