Specialist Areas Include:
- Insurance Litigation
- Workers Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Commercial Litigation
- Estate Litigation
- Debt Recovery
Nathan graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2005 being awarded a combined Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws with Honours in Laws.
He was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Tasmania and a Barrister and Solicitor to the High Court of Australia in August 2006.
Nathan commenced practice in Hobart at Chris Boland Lawyers in 2006 and was appointed a Senior Associate in 2011. Nathan joined the litigation department at Wallace Wilkinson & Webster in 2011 and was appointed an Associate in 2012. Nathan was appointed a Senior Associate of the firm in 2015 and was made a Partner in July 2018.
Nathan’s practice is primarily in the areas of insurance, workers compensation, personal injury, and commercial litigation, however, he also undertakes work in areas including estate litigation, property law disputes, employment law, and insolvency law.
Nathan is a panel solicitor for several workers compensation insurers, public liability insurers and the Motor Accidents Insurance Board. He has represented several Tasmanian Councils with respect to debt recovery, conducting prosecutions in the Magistrates Court and providing general advice.
Nathan has a balanced practice acting for both plaintiffs and defendants, employees and employers. Nathan’s focus is on delivering high quality and practical advice to his clients to ensure they are provided with every opportunity to achieve their goal.
Nathan has been an active member of the Law Society of Tasmania Litigation Committee since 2014. The Litigation Committee provides expert advice to Society Council on policy directions, and submissions on legislative and policy initiatives as well as assisting the Society to accomplish regulatory and functional responsibilities. Between 2006 and 2012 Nathan was a member of the Society’s Young Lawyers Southern Committee, which provides professional development, social interaction and networking and general support for newer practitioners in Southern Tasmania.
Nathan was a Board Member for Southern Touch Incorporated (the southern Tasmania touch football association) between 2014 and 2016, acting as Chairperson between October 2015 and October 2016. He has been on the Committee of the Pirates Touch Club Inc since 2014 and Club Secretary since 2016. He is a previous honorary board member of the Hobart Football Club Inc. Nathan enjoys playing touch football and travelling.