Nathan counsels individuals, businesses, public entities and nonprofits in areas concerning corporate law, administrative law, securities, immigration, real estate and government relations. He frequently advises clients on transactions in the banking and healthcare sectors. Nathan also regularly writes on topics concerning heavily regulated entities and industries.
As part of the WLJ Tech Law team, Nathan works with founders of startups and small businesses on general corporate matters, including entity selection and formation, capital raises, securities law, contract drafting and negotiation, ongoing corporate governance issues and growth strategy. Nathan routinely offices at the Little Rock Tech Park, where he is immersed in the world of technology and works closely with clients who have participated in various accelerator programs. WLJ Tech Law opened its office in the Little Rock Tech Park in 2018 to better serve the tech community.
Nathan obtained his J.D. from the University of Arkansas School of Law, and his B.A. in Public Administration, with minors in Economics and Political Science from the University of Arkansas.
In law school, Nathan was president of the Environmental Law Society and an active member of the Business Law Society. He also participated in the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition, where his team received an award for writing one of the best briefs in the nation at the finals round in Chicago.
He served on the Arkansas Law Review as a Note and Comment Editor. His article, Nutrient Water Quality Trading: A Market-Based Solution to Water Pollution in the Natural State, 69 Ark. L. Rev. 839, was recently published in the Arkansas Law Review. In 2015, Nathan was invited to speak on The Legal Perspectives on Nutrient Trading at the 60th Midwest Groundwater Conference in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Nathan is a member of the American, Arkansas and Pulaski County Bar Associations.
Nathan enjoys mentoring early-stage startups using the Lean methodology. As an avid outdoorsman, Nathan also volunteers with several local conservation nonprofits.