Nader practises criminal, regulatory and constitutional law.He defends clients accused of criminal misconduct in a variety of cases, including white collar crime, drug offences, homicide, sexual offences, and professional misconduct. He has an expertise in digital privacy law and search and seizure issues, and has appeared in many of the leading Supreme Court of Canada cases in this area. Nader also acts regularly for clients seeking to vindicate their constitutional rights in high-profile cases. He has acted for the wrongfully convicted and asylum seekers. He also acts for Indigenous groups in environmental and constitutional cases.He was recently lead counsel for the successful appellants in the Supreme Court of Canada’s landmark Indigenous rights decision in Clyde River v. Petroleum Geo-Services Inc. Recognized by Human Rights First and Immigration Equality for pro bono advocacy. Nader is a graduate of Harvard University (BA), the University of Cambridge (MPhil) and the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law (JD). Upon graduation from law school, Nader clerked for the Honourable Marshall Rothstein of the Supreme Court of Canada.