Areas of law:

Magistrates’ Court

Nathan is a Solicitor practicing in Criminal Law at the Cardiff office. Nathan completed his training contract at Reeds, practicing in family law, prison law and crime. Nathan is also an Accredited Police Station Representative.

Prior to joining Reeds, Nathan attained his law degree at Cardiff University before going on to complete a Masters in Public International Law at Utrecht University.  He then obtained the Lord Blunkett Widening Access Award as a scholarship toward his Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, where he achieved a distinction. Nathan also undertook work with a number of organisations, including working as a Legal Intern at the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) in The Hague, dealing with cases involving the International Criminal Court. He also worked as a Legal and Policy Intern at Fair Trials International having obtained a bursary from the Human Rights Lawyers Association to complete the internship.  His role there involved providing casework assistance to those detained abroad, legal research and drafting; including in interventions before the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

In his work at Reeds, Nathan represents clients at the Magistrates Court and conducts casework in the Crown Court team. Nathan has a varied case load, ranging from serious assaults and drugs allegations, to fraud, money laundering and white-collar crime.

As a personable individual, Nathan can explain complex issues in a straightforward way. Nathan understands that involvement in the criminal justice system is daunting and he takes care to spell out how the case will progress.  Nathan provides reliable and practical advice and is passionate about providing the highest level of service.


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