Nate adopts a pragmatic approach to solving and preventing regulatory issues as part of his environmental and energy practice. He focuses on delivering practical, cost-effective results for his clients.
Nate relies on his regulatory and litigation background to navigate complex issues of environmental, energy, and administrative law.
Before joining Verrill, Nate served on active duty as a judge advocate and Assistant to the General Counsel in the Army Office of the General Counsel Honors Program. In this role, he served as the primary regulatory and litigation advisor to the General Counsel and senior leaders in the Army Secretariat for environmental and administrative matters. Prior to his government service, Nate gained law experience as an associate in New York City, and interned for Judge Bruce Selya of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and a U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Outside the office, Nate enjoys spending time with his wife and son, playing hockey, [attempting] to play golf, and anything else that keeps him active. While on active duty, Nate completed a land navigation challenge during which he “rucked” over fifty miles around the District of Columbia with a 45-pound pack.
- University of Michigan Law School (J.D.)
- University of Rhode Island (B.A., magna cum laude)
- New York