Harradence Prize, Criminal Trial Lawyersâ€™ Association
Canadian National Pro Bono Distinguished Service Award
Alumni Award of Excellence
University of Alberta Lexpertâ€™s Rising Stars
Listed in Best Lawyers in Canada in the field of Aboriginal Law
Criminal Trial Lawyersâ€™ Association
N.J. Whitling, â€śWiretapping, Investigative Necessity, and the Charterâ€ť, 46 Crim. L.Q. 89 (2002).
Comsa v. Canada (N.P.B.): The Right to a Timely Post-Revocation Hearing (2003), 40 Alta. Law Rev. 511-518.
While a student at the University of Alberta, Nate received a long list of awards, including the Horace Harvey Gold Medal in Law as the top student in his graduating class. Nate went on to obtain his Masters in Law at Harvard Law School, where he studied criminal law under Professor Alan Dershowitz. Nate then served as a law clerk to the Hon. Mr. Justice John C. Major of the Supreme Court of Canada.
Throughout his legal career, Nate has carried out a diversified practice in a wide array of subject matters, but now focuses primarily upon Criminal Law and human rights. Nathan has appeared before appeals courts across Canada, including many appearances as lead counsel before the Supreme Court of Canada. Nate has also acted as counsel in the United States, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Nate is listed as counsel in more than 150 reported decisions.
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