W. Nate IrvineAssociate / Palm Beach
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“[N]ever give in, never give in, never, never, never, never-in nothing, great or small, large or petty – never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense.”
Nate Irvine grew up in Price, Utah on the northwestern edge of the Colorado Plateau. At 18, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, and attended recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, California. Upon graduation, the Marines granted Nate a temporary release to serve a religious mission to Sao Paolo, Brazil where he served two years working 90 hours a week.
Following Nate’s mission, he deployed with his Marine Corps unit to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. After the war, he enrolled in Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management where he studied corporate finance. At BYU, Nate interned for Global Financial Advisors, and was selected to participate on BYU’s Investment Management Team. Prior to attending law school, Nate worked at Goldman Sachs, and later Morgan Stanley.
Tired of Utah’s cold weather, his wife recommended attending law school in Southern Florida where Nate enrolled in the University Of Miami School Of Law. At Miami, Nate was elected as President of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, and selected to participate in Miami’s Investor Rights Clinic where he represented investors in FINRA arbitration. During this time, he interned for Precise Advisory Group studying Brazilian sports laws and co-authoring an article on the subject with the firm’s principal.
Nate was admitted to the Florida Bar and worked in complex litigation prior to joining Hightower & Partners. At Hightower, Nate is engaged in all aspects of litigation, and defends clients against a variety of claims ranging from personal injury to construction defects.
Nate lives near West Palm Beach spending his spare time with his family, and actively serving as a community mentor and counselor under the direction of a faith-based charity organization.