Prior to commencing his pupillage at Park Square Barristers, Nathan was a common law pupil at Zenith Chambers. He was supervised by John Boumphrey and Tom Storey and observed civil, employment and crime.
Before commencing pupillage, Nathan worked at the Criminal Cases Review Commission as a Kalisher Intern. He regularly undertook legal research and case analysis on a wide spectrum of significant and complex criminal cases, whilst also managing his own caseload. During his employment at the Commission Nathan was also involved in the Commission’s outreach work, focusing on youth justice.
Whilst at university Nathan was a pro bono legal assistant for the defence on the Radovan Karadzic Appeal. He researched and drafted grounds of appeal, under the direction of Defence Counsel Peter Robinson. Nathan was also a member of the County Durham Youth Offending Volunteers Service and regularly sat as a panel member, engaging with young offenders who were sentenced to Youth Referral Orders.