During his time at the Texas state post-conviction public defender office, he researched and drafted dozens of advanced motions and constitutional claims; presented oral argument and examined witnesses in courtrooms across Texas; and developed a strong understanding of forensics and technical sciences for use in litigation. Nathaniel’s analytical skills, attention to detail, passion, and commitment to zealous advocacy serve his clients well in all manner of civil litigation matters.
Nathaniel obtained his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. and his B.A. from the University of Colorado, where he double majored in History and International Affairs.
On a personal note:
Nathaniel grew up in Beaumont, Texas before relocating to Colorado for college and then to Washington, D.C. for law school. Outside of work, Nathaniel loves playing soccer, cooking, attending concerts and museums, playing cello, reading the New Yorker, and amassing an ever-growing dusty vinyl record collection. When he’s not doing one of those things, he’s probably traveling or is off somewhere in the woods or with his dog.