Nathan is a CPS Level 2 Panel Advocate known for his meticulous case-preparation and client-led approach. He has a burgeoning Crown Court practice and significant experience in the Magistrates’ Courts. Nathan regularly deals with serious and complex cases including conspiracies relating to the theft of vehicles and serious assaults in a domestic violence setting.
Nathan accepts instructions for prosecution, defence and in the Youth Court, having previously worked as a volunteer panel member at Durham Youth Offending Service he is adept at communicating and engaging with young people. His focus on case preparation ensures that he is well-suited to consider all legal issues including those relating to disclosure, dismissal and bad character.
Following his career as a Kalisher Intern at the Criminal Cases Review Commission, Nathan has significant experience in appellate law from the Magistrates’ and Crown Court. During his time at the Commission Nathan provided advice on a number of significant cases on matters of disclosure, hearsay evidence, victims of trafficking, joint enterprise, adverse inferences etc.