With a background in economics, mathematics, and education, Nathaniel uses an analytical and client-focused approach on private business matters.


Nathaniel has a general corporate practice, assisting with mergers and acquisitions for clients of varying sizes, corporate governance for private businesses, and other restructuring and organizational matters.

Before joining Stinson, Nathaniel served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Justice Margaret Chutich of the Minnesota Supreme Court.

During law school, Nathaniel worked as a summer associate at the firm. He also served as a certified student attorney and student director for the University of Minnesota's Federal Immigration Litigation Clinic, where he assisted on high-impact litigation cases nationwide and collaborated on a petition for writ of certiorari before the U.S. Supreme Court. Fluent in Spanish, Nathaniel also spent time before law school as a second grade bilingual teacher in Minneapolis.

News & Insights


"Antitrust Developments and the Potential Impact on Government Contractors," Stinson's Government Contracting Blog, April 29, 2021

Professional & Civic Activities

Professional & Civic Activities

American Bar Association

Minnesota State Bar Association

Hennepin County Bar Association

Teach for America, Corps Member, 2014-2016

Practices & Industries


  • Minnesota, 2019


University of Minnesota Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2019

  • Minnesota Law Review, Managing Editor

University of Minnesota, M.Ed., Elementary Education, 2016

University of Iowa, B.S., Mathematics, B.S., Economics, B.A., Spanish, with distinction, 2014

  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Economics Faculty Award for Excellence
  • Honors in Spanish


  • Honorable Justice Margaret Chutich, Minnesota Supreme Court
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