Laura Noble has been an attorney for 16 years. Unlike many lawyers who graduate and head to a large law firm where they spend the first few years in the library, Laura became a prosecutor for the Brooklyn D.A.'s office. There she learned how to manage challenging cases with limited resources in a highly contentious environment. Those skills have served her well in private practice, where she represents employees and businesses that face complicated problems with current budgets. Laura recognizes the need for cost-effective problem-solving, creative thinking, and the ability to fight for her client's interests.
- Federal Assistive Technology Legislation
- People with Disabilities
- The Meaning of a Free Appropriate Public Education for Homeless Children
- Stetson Law Review
- Employment Law