To qualify for the Order of Service, Noble had to serve a minimum of two areas in the last year with the NCAJ. Noble was the Technology chair for the NCAJ Employment Law Section Committee in 2012-2013, and she served on the Small Office Practice Committee. She is a strong supporter in giving back to the community and dedicating her knowledge to the NCAJ mission of Protecting People’s Rights. In addition to her service with NCAJ, Noble focuses her attention on her employment law firm in Chapel Hill, NC and providing assertive representation of individual and corporate clients.
“I want to extend my sincere gratitude to the NC Advocates for Justice for granting me the honor to be a part of their organization,”
For more information about Laura Noble and The Noble Law Firm, visit www.thenoblelaw.com or call 919-251-6008.
About The Noble Law Firm
Founded in 2009, The Noble Law Firm in Chapel Hill, NC provides forward-thinking counsel and assertive representation on key employment issues to individuals experiencing problems in their employment relationship and companies wishing to execute “best practices” to improve recruitment, retention and morale and minimize litigation exposure. Clients of The Noble Law Firm receive personal and focused attention due the selective caseload the firm ensures. For more information, visit www.thenoblelaw.com.
About The North Carolina Advocates for Justice
For the past 50 years, North Carolina Advocates For Justice (NCAJ) has protected individual rights in North Carolina. NCAJ is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association, now 4,000 members strong, representing those injured by the wrongdoing of others, workers fighting for their rights in the workplace, the disabled, those addressing family problems, consumers, those in debt, and those accused of crime. They include attorneys, legal assistants, law school faculty and students, and law office managers. NCAJ accomplishes its mission through effective advocacy work in the NC state legislature advocating for the rights of all citizens, through the development of various legal publications and over 40 professional development seminars annually to help attorneys improve their skills, and through the administration of a variety of public outreach initiatives aimed at enhancing public understanding of the US legal system. For more information, visit www.ncaj.com.