Following extensive work with Amnesty International researching death penalty cases in the United States and forced evictions in Italy Nathan’s work shifted to human rights and its interaction with religious rights. He studies Law in Dublin City University and has an avid interest in the foundations of religious faith and belief and its role within the modern legal framework of Ireland.

In addition to independent research on these subjects Nathan has worked closely on ground-breaking  medical negligence cases in Ireland and regularly publishes on civil rights law and Ireland’s legal development over the past few decades. As of now he has turned his pen to the wider European stage in the hope of facilitating greater discourse on carefully developing Europe.

“It’s not about whether you’re religious or not, that really doesn’t bother me in the slightest it’s when such an attitude on the subject begins to cross over into the political and social framework of a state. It is then that the problems associated with church and state begin to grow.”