Trevor Nathan has been in the legal profession for well over 45 years, during which time he has had experience in private practice, corporate life and in the public sector. He started his career in the Inland Revenue, Estate Duty Office, where he was trained to deal with matters relating to Probate, Trusts and Wills, and was seconded to Inland Revenue headquarters to assist in drafting the Finance Act 1975, which introduced capital transfer tax, the predecessor of Inheritance Tax. For most of his career, he was a partner, rising to managing partner and senior partner, in a Central London firm, based first in Chancery Lane and then in Kingsway and subsequently in the City, where he specialised in commercial property and company and commercial matters, as well as keeping up his servicing of private clients, dealing with Probate, Wills and Trusts. . In 1990, following the revolutions in Eastern Europe, his firm was the first Western European Practice to open a representative office in Bucharest, Romania and for some years made monthly visits there. He also acted for the Russian Association Bankers in London and made visits to Russia and other former Soviet Republics. He was secretary of the British Romanian Legal Association and lectured widely in Romania on legal issues. He left private practice for four years and became in-house group solicitor, company secretary and head of compliance, first for a Nasdaq quoted company in the fields of aviation, pharmaceutical and insurance and subsequently for its Lloyds Broker subsidiary. On returning to private practice, he became Principal of a South West London firm of solicitors and then joined the Law Practice as consultant solicitor in 2014, establishing its London office, and specialising in Property and Company Matters and Wills, Probate and Trusts.