Nathan Dorschner


Nathan Dorschner has been interested in international trade ever since buying a company which imported airsoft toys from China and Japan in 2004, which he sold in 2014 to fund his education. Nathan received a Juris Doctor from Mitchell Hamline School of Law with the school’s rigorous Business Law Certificate in 2016, and is completing his MBA in International Management at Hamline University. During school, Nathan studied abroad at Bucerius Law School, Germany’s top law school, and the six-century-old University of Vienna, Austria, in their international European Union Law and Business programs. Nathan interned in 2015 at a business law firm in Budapest, Hungary, focused on cross-border mergers, acquisitions, competition/antitrust and intellectual property matters. Nathan’s studies have put him in touch with members of the Minnesota Trade Office, International Chamber of Commerce, Hennepin County Bar Association, International Bar Association, Export-Import Bank of the United States, Global Minnesota, and various other local international trade organizations. While in school, Nathan wrote papers on the global shipping industry, NAFTA and the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.

Nathan’s business experience and studies stimulate him to support the modern international trade system and the benefits of free trade to WTO nations. Nathan is currently employed as a director at a local television station and pursuing employment in the trade field. In his spare time, he likes to play board games and attend the opera.