At Marshall Workplace Law, we understand the importance of giving back and proactively engaging with community stakeholders to foster positive change. In particular, Nathaniel understands the importance of substantive representation and works to empower generations of law students and young lawyers.
In 2022, Nathaniel committed $30,0000 to create a bursary in his parents’ honour at Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law. Through the bursary, all Black and Indigenous 3L students will receive personal financial support along with information surrounding financial literacy. With this effort, Nathaniel aims to help underserved communities prosper.
Nathaniel is also a strategic advisor to the Black HR Professionals of Canada network, which exists to visibly increase and support the culturally engaged Black Diaspora to excel academically, prosper professionally and positively influence the HR community. Both within its legal practice and beyond, Marshall Workplace Law is dedicated to ameliorating historical and systemic disadvantages.