Noah Nite grew up in Naples, FL. He was named a National Merit Finalist while attending Naples High School. Noah moved to Coral Gables in 2002 to attend the University of Miami after he was selected for the six-year Honors Program in Medicine. During college he studied French in Switzerland at the University of Lausanne. Noah graduated with honors in 2006 with a major in French and a minor in chemistry.
After college, Noah spent a year teaching in Miami at the Young Women’s Preparatory Academy in its opening year. He also taught English in Korea at a middle school in the city of Ansan, near Seoul.
Noah returned to the University of Miami to attend law school, where he graduated cum laude. He clerked for the Honorable John Schlesinger for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, and as a Judge Advocate General Intern for the U.S. Coast Guard. He also worked for the City Attorney of South Miami.
Noah has experience litigating both first and third party liability matters, including bodily injury, property insurance, and commercial litigation claims. He strives for clarity and persuasiveness in his writing, communication, and oral argument.
In his free time, Noah plays in a band. He enjoys reading fiction, going to the movies, attending church, and spending time with his wife, Linda.