In 2008, Nolan graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Manitoba, having received several accolades for his academic work in his 3rd year, including the Aboriginal Law Award for highest standing in Aboriginal Law. In his second year of law school, Nolan was named the 1st annual winner of the Faculty of Law Negotiation Challenge. Nolan chose early on to specialize in criminal law, having engrossed himself in volunteering at the University Law Centre for both his 2nd and 3rd years of law school. Nolan began as a summer student with Gindin Wolson Simmonds Roitenberg in 2005, continuing with the firm throughout his articling year and call to the bar, until deciding to move his practice to Brodsky & Company in February 2010. Nolan continues to be a member of the Criminal Trial Lawyer’s Association a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
Nolan has appeared at every level of court in Manitoba, including the Provincial Court, the Court of Queen’s Bench and the Manitoba Court of Appeal.