We love having the opportunity to speak with law students - and Noah Nix is no exception! Noah Nix, a 3L at the University of Georgia School of Law and our guest on Episode 41 has had remarkable law school journey - and he's just getting started with his legal career. Noah has already argued before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals as part of UGA's Appellate Litigation Clinic and he is spending his third year of law school as a legal intern in the Appellate and Trial Groups at the Office of the Federal Public Defender in Denver, Colorado. During our conversation, Noah shares about what was happening in the country that drove him to apply to law school, how he found his anchor (and what it is!), and what he loves about appellate advocacy. We hope you enjoy our conversation with Noah Nix!
Noah Nix is a third year law student at the University of Georgia School of Law in Athens, Georgia. Currently, Noah is serving as a legal intern in the Appellate & Trial Groups at the office of the Federal Public Defender for the Districts of Colorado and Wyoming. He is based in the Denver, Colorado office. Noah will graduate from law school in spring 2023.
During his time at the University of Georgia School of Law, Noah has argued in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals as part of the Appellate Litigation Clinic at UGA Law. After law school, Noah will serve as a law clerk on the Colorado Supreme Court and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Noah is a graduate of Fordham University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree and where he was a Division 1 athlete.
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