Noah Woo focuses his practice on defending a wide range of litigation claims, including general liability, employment law, and premises liability.
Prior to joining Walsworth, Noah worked as an associate attorney at a plaintiff’s firm and handled a variety of matters, including landlord-tenant actions, personal injury claims, employment actions, civil rights actions, and consumer protection actions. He has acted as second-chair for trials and handled unlawful detainer actions on his own where he successfully prevented tenants from being wrongfully evicted.
While at UC Hastings, Noah served as the Executive Articles Editor of the Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal. Additionally, Noah participated in the Startup Legal Garage: Technology and Biotech Module, where he assisted small businesses and start-ups handle legal issues related to intellectual property and corporate law.
During law school, Noah worked as a law clerk for Bracamontes & Vlasak, P.C., and gained vast litigation experience before becoming an attorney. Noah also worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Fred W. Slaughter of the Orange County Superior Court.
During his free time, Noah enjoys taking his dogs, Qtip and Baby, on walks, going camping, and traveling to different countries with his wife.