Nathan Eric Keller

Associate | San Francisco

nkeller@mofo.com | (415) 268-6207

nkeller@mofo.com
(415) 268-6207

Nathan Keller is an associate in the Litigation Department of Morrison & Foerster’s San Francisco office.

Nathan’s practice focuses on securities litigation and other complex commercial litigation, as well as representing clients responding to state and federal investigations.

Before joining the firm, Nathan was a summer associate at Morrison & Foerster as well as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Andrew G. Schopler in the Southern District of California and a law clerk for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of California. He also previously served as an infantry squad leader for Easy Company, 2nd Bn, 7th Marine Regiment and Sergeant of the Guard for Marine Corps Security Force Battalion where he received the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

During law school, Nathan was editor-in-chief of the Berkeley Journal of International Law and an articles editor of the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law. Nathan was also president of the Boalt Association of Military Veterans, and the international project director for the Berkeley Law Anti-Trafficking Project, as well as the fellowship coordinator for the Human Rights Law Student Association. He was the recipient of the Jurisprudence Award for Appellate Advocacy and the Outstanding Oral Advocate Award for the Bales Mock Trial Competition.

Nathan received his B.S. in justice studies from San Jose State University where he graduated magna cum laude.

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