Noor Rahman is an attorney, writer, and community leader. She is a new resident of San Francisco, and recently joined Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, a national plaintiff's class action law firm. She graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 2016. While at Georgetown, Noor was a student attorney at the Center for Applied Legal Studies. In that capacity, she successfully obtained political asylum for two Honduran refugees. Her work included oral argument before a federal immigration judge and acquiring sworn affidavits from witnesses residing in remote Honduran villages. She also clerked at the Office of Delaware Attorney General (Beau Biden).
Prior to law school, Noor served as a Teach for America corps member in Washington, D.C., and later, worked at a D.C.-based consulting firm Education Advisory Board (EAB). From 2010 to 2011, she served as Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar in Beirut, Lebanon. There, she worked with grassroots organizations in Beirut to implement development projects empowering international migrant workers. Projects included: English and Arabic language courses, fundraisers, an anti-racism campaign, and a labor rights march.
After graduating from Georgetown Law in 2016, Noor moved back to her hometown Columbus, Ohio to begin law practice. There, she helped found the New Leaders Council Columbus chapter, and served on the board until spring 2019. Noor is a graduate of The Ohio State University, and during college, she interned for an Ohio governor, and an Ohio congresswoman.