Noël Harlow is an attorney and educator with 14 years of experience working on issues related to employment law, civil rights, disability rights, and violence against female-identified survivors and elders. Since moving to North Carolina from California in 2019, she has taught Intersectional Feminist Jurisprudence at Campbell University School of Law, worked as a supervisor at the Legal Aid offices in Raleigh, and led the Employment Law division at one of the largest North Carolina firms.
Prior to coming to North Carolina, Ms. Harlow worked on national class action wage and hour cases, was a consultant for Southern Indian Health Council, Inc., and the Manager of several multi-disciplinary programs for the County of San Diego. Her work as a Staff Attorney and Director of Legal and Advocacy Services at Center for Community Solutions for five years, gave her a strong base in working with domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. In that role, she acted as lead counsel for the center’s domestic violence and sexual assault victims while also serving on various city and county teams dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, and sexual assault. Internationally, she served as a gender-based violence specialist and legal services counselor for Burundian and Congolese refugees in Tanzanian refugee camps.
In her off time, Ms. Harlow enjoys spending time with her husband, her six and nine year old children, taking barre and yoga classes, and running when her knees cooperate!
- North Carolina Bar
- Tenth Judicial District, North Carolina
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of North Carolina
- U.S. District Court, Western District of North Carolina
- California Bar
- North Carolina Advocates for Justice
2007, J.D., Charles Evans Hughes Moot Court Competition, Finalist
Chicago-Kent College of Law
University of California at Los Angeles