Nathan W. Burbidge received his undergraduate degree in Political Science cum laude from the University of Utah in 2003. While an undergraduate, he was active in the Hinckley Institute of Politics and served as a legislative intern to the President of the Utah State Senate for the 2002 legislative session.
Nathan Burbidge graduated with honors from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2007. During law school, he worked as a research assistant to Elaine Welle and Harvey Gelb. He received the outstanding law student scholarship as voted by the faculty. Mr. Burbidge also worked in the legal services program representing indigent clients before courts across Wyoming in domestic and juvenile matters.
Nathan Burbidge has been involved in health care law as a paralegal and now as an attorney defending physicians, nurses and hospitals against claims of alleged negligence. His practice also includes employment law advising employers on Fair Labor Standards issues, Title VII, age discrimination, and workers compensation matters.
Nathan Burbidge is admitted to the Utah State Bar and is active in the Young Lawyers Division volunteering with the Youth Outreach program and the Public Education Committee. He is also a member of the Utah Society for Health Care Risk Management.
Admitted to bar, 2007, Utah.
Education: University of Utah, (B.A., Political Science, cum laude, 2003); University of Wyoming (J.D., with honors 2007).
Member: Utah State Bar.
Practice Areas: Education Law; Medical Malpractice; Litigation; Workers Family Law.