Noah Marlier

Noah Marlier
P: (215) 661-0400
F: (215) 661-0315
E: NMarlier@HRMML.com

Noah Marlier is a member of the firm’s Municipal Law Team. He serves as solicitor to the Montgomery County Clerk of Courts and the Upper Merion Transportation and General Authorities. He has many years’ experience working on township and water and sewer authority matters and has strong experience in litigation matters. Noah enjoys municipal law because he feels that he is working for the good of the entire community. He especially appreciates that his work affects people in a very real way, and he enjoys helping his clients fully understand the legal issues that they face and the potential impact of their decisions. Noah is the current Democratic candidate for Montgomery County Prothonotary.

After graduating from James Madison University in 2002, Noah worked as a public school teacher before serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Malawi, Africa. Noah always had a strong sense of justice, but serving in an impoverished country crystallized his understanding of fairness and called him towards the practice of law. He graduated cum laude from the Rutgers Camden School of Law in 2010. Upon graduation, Noah served for over three years as an Assistant District Attorney in the Montgomery County DA’s Office where he was a member of the Economic Crimes Unit.

Practice Areas

  • Municipal Law
  • Litigation

Education

  • Rutgers Camden School of Law (cum laude, 2010)
  • James Madison University (B.S. 2002)

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • Eastern District of PA

Professional and Civic Memberships

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Montgomery Bar Association
  • Bucks County Bar Association

Honors and Awards

Noah has been named to the 2019 Pennsylvania Rising Stars list in the area of State, Local, and Municipal Law.

Personal Interests

Noah grew up in Jenkintown and resides in Springfield. Noah is married and the father of two young boys.

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