B.Sc. (Biomed. Sci.), McGill University, 2006
J.D., DePaul University College of Law, 2010
LL.M., University of Toronto, 2011
Admitted to the Ontario Bar, 2013
Admitted to the Illinois Bar, 2010
Registered Canadian Trademark Agent, 2014
B.Sc. (Biomed. Sci.), J.D., LL.M.
Noelle’s practice focuses on trademarks, licensing and litigation, in addition to copyright & digital media, marketing and advertising law.
Noelle received her Masters of Law from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, where she was also the recipient of a Faculty fellowship. There, her thesis focused on policy levers for biotechnology patents, looking at subject-matter regulation and obviousness to modify the scope of gene patents in Canada and the United States.
Noelle graduated cum laude from the DePaul University College of Law, where she was named to the Dean’s List in each year of study, and received several awards and scholarships, including the Dean’s Merit Scholarship. Noelle represented DePaul as a member of its Jessup International Moot Court team. Noelle also served as Editor of the DePaul Journal of Women, Gender and the Law in her final year of law school. While at DePaul, Noelle also acted as the research assistant to Professor Leonard Cavise in his role as Senior Advisor to the Haitian Presidential Commission to Reform the Codes of Criminal Law and Procedure.
Prior to being admitted to the Ontario Bar, Noelle was both a summer and articling student with the firm.