Noah completed his education at Dalhousie University in Halifax: his Juris Doctor at the Schulich School of Law in 2021 and, prior to that, his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Law and Society, with Distinction, in 2018.
Throughout law school, Noah worked pro bono with a human rights NGO, focused primarily on protecting human rights in the workplace. In his role, Noah supported and advocated for individuals submitting complaints to the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission. As well, he assisted in the development of a report on the function and efficacy of the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission. During his undergraduate degree, Noah worked with the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society on the development of access to justice proposals.
Noah joined Litco Law in 2021 as a Student-at-Law and is eager to be part of the Litco team, advocating for our clients. Noah firmly believes in our Core Value of “Own It” and is driven to find the best possible outcomes for clients as they seek effective solutions and navigate the legal process.
Noah loves to take any opportunity he can to get to the mountains for skiing or hiking. He also enjoys martial arts – he holds black belts in two styles of karate and has competed at the national and international level and has coached and refereed at the provincial level.
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