Noah Hale is a Law Clerk at Pastore & Dailey LLC.
Noah works in both the litigation and transaction practice areas at Pastore & Dailey. Noah is a third-year law student at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University. Noah is a Executive Productions Editor of Pace Law Review, and Noah will be publishing a Paper in the Fall 2020 edition of Pace Law Review discussing Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Noah has also competed in moot court and mock trial competitions.
Noah received a Bachelor’s degree from Bryant University, where he majored in International Business and Finance. Noah served as a Securities Analyst for Bryant University’s Archway Investment Fund, and has worked as a Financial Analyst for an automobile manufacturing company.
Bryant University, 2018, Bachelors of Science in International Business cum laude
Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, Expected Graduation 2021,
Noah Hale, Section 230: The Valyrian Steel for Website Operators, and Why a Tax Credit is the Best Solution for a Safer Internet, Pace Law Review (forthcoming in the Fall 2020 edition).