Nathan Wolgelerenter

Nathan is a JD/MBA student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and Rotman School of Management. He previously obtained an honours BA at McGill University, where he majored in Political Science and Philosophy and minored in Jewish Studies.

During his time at the University of Toronto, Nathan has been involved with the Faculty of Law Review and Future of Law Lab, where he conducted research and substantive review on novel legal topics. He has also worked as a teaching assistant at the Rotman School of Management, a startup advisor at the Entrepreneurship Hatchery, and a summer law student at University Pension Plan Ontario.

Prior to law school, Nathan worked for a Member of Parliament in Ottawa and spent his undergraduate summers working in public affairs and government relations.

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Credentials

Education

  • University of Toronto, JD/MBA (2025)
  • McGill University, BA

Languages

  • English