Nathan is a 1997 graduate of Burch High School where he excelled both academically and athletically. Having been a railroad conductor for Norfolk Southern for a year and a half and working in the coal industry for nearly 11 years, Mr. Brown knows the value of hard work. While working as an underground coal miner, Mr. Brown obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Pikeville in 2005 majoring in accounting graduating cum laude near the top of his class. Further, after being promoted to a Director of Human Resources for then the world’s fourth-largest coal company, Mr.Brown obtained his Master’s in Business Administration in 2007 and graduated with a 4.0 G.P.A. In 2010, Mr. Brown decided to take his life in direction and enrolled in the Appalachian School of Law. While in law school, he was senior managing editor of the Law Review and was honored to have his student note, The Rise of High Frequency Trading and the Lack of Regulations Play in Today’s Stock Market, published in the Law Review. Mr. Brown graduated law school cum laude and near the top of his class.
After graduating law school, Mr. Brown accepted a job with Flaherty Sensabaugh Bonasso, PLLC in Charleston, West Virginia working in both the firm’s deliberate intent and employment departments. In June 2014, Mr. Brown returned to Williamson as an assistant prosecuting attorney and opened his own practice. Nathan combined forces with friend and colleague Joshua S. Ferrell to form Ferrell & Brown, PLLC. Additionally, Nathan currently serves as a delegate for the 20th District of West Virginia.
In his spare time, Nathan enjoys spending time with his wife Brandy, and his three sons, Garrett, Grayson, and Gavin. Mr. Brown is licensed to practice law in both West Virginia and Kentucky.