As a fourth generation trial attorney, Noah’s practice is focused on advocacy for the vulnerable, the oppressed, and the disenfranchised. His work in high profile civil rights, personal injury, wrongful death, and criminal defense actions throughout the country have allowed him to gain a skill set to meet the needs of his clients and successfully resolve cases. Noah’s areas of practice also include medical malpractice, auto negligence, oil field catastrophes, and products liability.
Noah is a Michigan native. Shortly after receiving his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University, he moved to Wyoming to work in the hospitality management industry. Realizing his higher calling — to fight injustice in the world — Noah graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2010. While in law school, Noah interned for the Spence Law Firm and served as student practitioner intern for the Kent County Office of the Defender, representing the indigent in criminal matters. Noah practiced law in southwestern Michigan as a trial attorney before returning to Wyoming and the West. Today, Noah lives in Jackson with his wife Kati, a Wyoming native.