Nathaniel focuses his practice on litigation. Nathaniel is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School, where he was a member of the Brooklyn Law School ACLU. As a law student, Nathaniel worked with the ACLU Voting Rights Project helping to bring actions around the country under the Voting Rights Act, and for the Workers’ Rights and Benefits Unit of South Brooklyn Legal Services. Nathaniel graduated from Lafayette College where he majored in Government & Law and met his wife. Before joining Rudolph Clarke, Nathaniel worked as a civil litigator at a firm in Brooklyn, New York, where he engaged in various areas of litigation, including complex commercial disputes, property damage liability, construction, foreclosure defense, and administrative actions.
Nathaniel lives in Philadelphia and serves on the board of the Speranza Human Compassion Project, which is a Philadelphia-based charity delivering innovative to prevent and end intimate partner violence. He and his wife enjoy the company of their French Bulldog Tillie, and English Bulldog, Betty.