Nate Harris is an antitrust attorney with experience in the government and in private practice, and a nonresident scholar of the International Center for Law & Economics (ICLE).
After several years at a global law firm practicing antitrust, Nate served as a trial attorney at U.S. Justice Department’s Antitrust Division. More recently, he was counsel at a boutique antitrust firm focused on providing strategic counseling to its clients. He began his career as a law clerk for Judge Harris Hartz on the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
During his career, Nate has counseled clients on all phases of a merger, from pre-deal counseling through to judgment in merger litigation. Nate has also advised clients on monopolization claims and assisted with various phases of class litigation. His litigation experience includes taking depositions, drafting briefs, working with economic experts on both class certification and liability reports, and preparing experts for depositions and trial exams. Nate has also advised clients on a variety of government investigations and provided advice on navigating agency rulemaking. His research focuses on merger investigations and merger litigation. He also focuses on monopolization claims in the tech industry.
Nate graduated from George Mason University School of Law magna cum laude in 2013. He has a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in economics from Utah State University. He is barred in Virginia and the District of Columbia.