Nathaniel Enos started working at Conway Homer, P.C. in 2011 as a paralegal. After pursuing his law degree, he continued with the firm as a law clerk, and in 2019 began representing petitioners in the Vaccine Program as an attorney with the firm.
Nathaniel earned his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University in 2008. During his undergraduate degree, Nathaniel worked in the Administrative Office of the Massachusetts Trial Court, and following graduation, he began his career as a Correction’s Officer with the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department. After joining Conway Homer, P.C., Nathaniel attended both the Sawyer Business School and Suffolk Law School at Suffolk University, earning his joint J.D./M.B.A. in 2017.
Nathaniel is a member of the Vaccine Injured Petitioners Bar Association and is admitted to practice in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.