Attorney Nate Ulmer is originally from Raleigh and is licensed to practice law in North Carolina. Nate attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Campbell Law School. Following law school, Nate served as a Marine Corps officer in Quantico, Virginia. His practice focus includes but it is not limited to criminal defense, civil litigation, and military law. When not serving his clients, Nate enjoys spending time outdoors hunting, fly fishing, and is a strong supporter of wildlife conservation.
Nate uses his experience in the Marine Corps to advocate for active duty military members facing disciplinary action as well as ex-service members who have transitioned out of the military. During his time in service, Nate adopted the practice of “officers eat last”, and ensured the needs of his junior Marines were addressed first and foremost. Nate has taken this approach into the practice of law, where he puts his clients and those he serves first. As the supervising attorney of the Campbell Law School Veterans Project, Nate works with current Campbell Law students to provide Discharge Upgrades to qualifying ex-service members in need. Nate is dedicated to serving veterans and fights hard to ensure their service and commitment is honored.
Community Volunteer Work
- Veteran’s Project, Campbell Law School, Supervising Attorney
- American Legion, Post 10
- New Hanover County Bar Association
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Needham Broughton High School, Raleigh, NC
- B.A. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, History and Peace, War, and Defense
- J.D. Campbell University School of Law