While in law school at Marquette University, he was a Judicial Intern at the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, was the Vice President of the Student Bar Association, volunteered at the Milwaukee Justice Center’s Family Law Helpdesk, and was a research assistant to Professor Jay Grenig. Nathan assisted in publications on Alternative Dispute Resolution, and on the use of technology in the courtroom and discovery process. Nathan was a member of the Moot Court Association National Competition Committee, and was a competitor in the Evan A. Evans Moot Court Competition. He was a law clerk at two well respected law firms while completing his juris doctorate.
Nathan received his B.S. degree in Psychology from Saint John’s University (MN).