We are excited to have Noah join the team!
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB)
September 21, 2017
California Civil Rights Law Group, a law firm specializing in discrimination litigation including wrongful termination and sexual harassment law at http://www.civilrightsca.com/, is proud to welcome Noah Barron to the firm. Noah Baron is admitted as an attorney to practice in New York and is also a prolific writer on topics of discrimination law.
“We are excited to have Noah join the team,” explained Larry Organ, principal attorney at the Bay Area-based law firm. “Noah brings a depth of experience on discrimination law issues and his lively writing style is a real asset in our outreach efforts.”
To learn more about Noah Barron, visit http://www.civilrightsca.com/about/noah-baron/. To learn more about the firm’s work in discrimination litigation in the San Francisco Bay Area, visit http://www.civilrightsca.com/racial-discrimination/race-discrimination/, for example. One can also use the website navigation and drill down into “practice areas” to see areas such as sexual harassment, unlawful termination, and other areas common to its litigation efforts. Any person seeking a discrimination attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area is urged to reach out to the law firm for a consultation by visiting the website and clicking on the “contact” button.
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Prior to joining the California Civil Rights Law Group, Noah gained litigation experience as an assistant attorney general for the District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General and emergency law clerk for the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
Noah graduated cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center in 2015. While there, he served as editor-in-chief of the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, and worked as a bar-certified student attorney litigating civil rights matters at the Institute for Public Representation. He also worked as a law fellow with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
Before law school, Noah worked as a legislative assistant at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism; his portfolio included LGBT equality and civil liberties. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University in American…