Noa channels her lifelong passion for wilderness adventure into her practice of environmental law.
Prior to joining Beveridge & Diamond, Noa managed a docket of civil and criminal matters, as well as a treatment court for combat veterans, as a judicial clerk at the Oakland County Circuit Court.
During law school, she interned at the Division of Indian Affairs in the Office of the Solicitor, Department of the Interior, focusing on issues at the intersection of environmental and tribal law. Noa was selected as a Writing Fellow, where she worked individually with students to refine their legal research and writing skills. She was also a member of the Moot Court Board, and a semifinalist in the National Telecommunications and Technology Moot Court Competition.
Noa maintains an active pro bono practice focused on juvenile immigrant asylum.
- University of Southern California (B.A., cum laude, 2016)
- Minors in Spanish, Musical Theatre
- George Washington University (J.D., with Honors, 2020)
- Recognition of Concentration in Environmental Law
- The George Washington Journal of Energy and Environmental Law, Articles Editor
- President’s Volunteer Service Award
Noa dedicates time to mentoring middle-school and high-school students, and has been guiding wilderness trips for young adults for over a decade.
- Spanish (Fluent)