Nathan Guevremont joined Ropes & Gray’s litigation department in 2019 following a yearlong clerkship with Judge Michael P. Shea of the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.
During law school, Nathan was a fellow with Yale Law School’s Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy and Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law & Ethics. Nathan also interned with the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.
Before attending law school, Nathan was a research coordinator with the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the National Center on Homelessness Among Veterans. There, he researched the neurological substrates of addiction, and helped to evaluate comprehensive treatment programs for chronically homeless individuals and individuals involved with the criminal justice system who had co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.
- Contributor, “Covid-19 Public Nuisance Claims,” Bloomberg Law (July 2020)
- Nathan Guevremont, Mark Barnes, and Claudia Haupt, “Physician Autonomy and the Opioid Crisis,” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics (2018)
- Co-author, “Severe Brain Injury, Disability, and the Law: Achieving Justice for a Marginalized Population,” Florida State University Law Review (2018)
- Co-author, “An Alternative to Incarceration: Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment for Justice-Involved Veterans,” World Medical & Health Policy (2015)
- JD, Yale Law School, 2018; Co-Editor-in-Chief, Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law & Ethics
- BA (Psychology and Music), summa cum laude, College of the Holy Cross, 2013
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 2019