Nathan completed a four-year law sandwich degree at Nottingham Trent University, which included spending the third year of his studying on placement at a criminal law firm in central London.
He then gained a distinction on the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, Bloomsbury, where he continued to work on a part-time basis at the same law firm that he spent his placement year at.
Nathan joined Woodfines as a trainee solicitor in 2013 and qualified into the Crime and Regulatory department in 2015, progressing to Partner in April 2022.
General Criminal defence, White-Collar Crime, Fraud and Business defence: Nathan specialises in the representation of individuals and businesses against prosecutions brought by the Crown Prosecution Service, Trading Standards, the Health and Safety Executive, and other enforcement agencies. He has vast experience in advising at all stages of proceedings for a wide range of cases, including grave crimes, such as grievous bodily harm, robbery, multi-million pound frauds and insider trading.
Motoring: Nathan provides defence in all aspects of road traffic matters, including special reasons and exceptional hardship hearings.
Licensing: Involved in a variety of cases concerning taxi licensing and alcohol/premises licensing.
Regulatory and Environmental: Experienced in advising and providing representation in a variety of regulatory issues, including abatement notices; appeals to the Planning Inspectorate; Environment Agency matters (waste permits etc.); fire authority prosecutions under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005; abandoned vehicles under the Refuse Disposal (Amenity) Act 1978.
Transport: Nathan advises on all areas of the regulatory regimes involving heavy goods vehicles, public service vehicle, professional drivers, and fleets, including on compliance, prosecution and defence.
“Confident, assured and calm. Nathan was very quick to key into my concerns and noted the salient points early. Desired outcome achieved by your firm having specialist knowledge in the relevant field.”< Back