Noah serves as an Associate in the Intellectual Property Practice Group.
Noah’s interest in IP spans back to his tenure at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where he received several awards including the Henry A Morrill Constitutional Law Prize, the Henry Otterman Real Property Prize, and the Introduction to Intellectual Property CALI Award. Noah was also the President of the Federal Bar Association and as a participant in the Patent and Trademark Clinic and Moot Court Honor Board. Additionally, Noah authored articles for the Intellectual Property and Computer Law Journal while being an engaged member of the Intellectual Property Law Student Association.
Before embarking on his legal journey, Noah earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering. During his undergraduate years, he displayed a strong commitment to community service and global engagement as a member of Engineers Going Global, contributing to wheelchair ramp construction projects. Noah also facilitated open dialogue as a Moderator in the Sustained Dialogue program.
His diverse work experiences include serving as a Summer Intern at the University of Cincinnati Office of Innovation — Technology Transfer Office in 2022, where he evaluated new inventions for patent protection feasibility and conducted market analysis for novel inventions. In 2021, Noah interned with the University of Cincinnati Office of Equal Opportunity and Access, conducting legal research to ensure the University’s compliance with statutory and Constitutional protections.