Nathaniel S. Harvey



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  • Indiana University
    Bloomington, Indiana, 2005, B.A. Psychology & History
  • Brooklyn Law School
    New York, 2015, J.D. cum laude

Bar Admissions:

  • Indiana (2015)

Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • Indiana State Bar Association
  • Monroe County Bar Association
  • Indianapolis Bar Association
  • Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana

Areas of Practice:

Nathaniel S. Harvey joins the firm’s litigation practice as an associate and will focus on General Litigation and Insurance Defense.

Nathan brings to the firm a diverse background of experiences, both professionally and as law student. Capitalizing on experiences gained in his first and second year of school spent working in the chambers of the Chief Magistrate Judge of the Eastern District of New York and the Employment Litigation Unit for the NYC Department of Social Services, Nathan took his first professional position as In-house counsel for a Canadian-Spanish Transportation Construction Company. On the corporate side, Nathan addressed employment law issues, corporate structuring matters, and compliance with State and Federal Laws.

An Indiana native and graduate of Indiana University, Nathan took the opportunity after college to travel, live, and work overseas. Nathan spent six years as an expatriate in Busan, South Korea, a city of 3.5 million, primarily as an English professor at Inje University. Nathan speaks and writes Korean with some proficiency. These days, Nathan can be found wife and two young children enjoying the space, opportunity, and freedoms offered by his return from big cities to his home state