Nathan is Director – Pro Bono & Community and is responsible for developing and implementing the firm’s national pro bono and community plan.
Nathan is also an experienced insurance litigator with over 15 years’ experience advising insurers on CTP and liability claims. He works with a number of Australian and international insurers, brokers and self-insurers.
Specifically, Nathan advises clients on CTP litigation with particular experience in major claims and catastrophic injury including the application of the Lifetime Care and Support Scheme, administrative law, public liability litigation, recovery under section 151Z of the Workers Compensation Act 1987 (NSW), recovery under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (Cth) and property damage.
Nathan is a passionate supporter of pro bono and community initiatives. He is an expert on human rights and social justice holding an LLM (Human Rights & Social Justice). He volunteers regularly at the Marrickville Legal Centre and the Refugee Advice and Casework Service, and has brought substantial pro bono work to the firm through his connections. Nathan previously worked with the National Children’s and Youth Law Centre and attended the UN as part of the Child Rights Taskforce. He has held several leadership roles with the Australian Lawyers for Human Rights including the last two years as President.