Noah D. Bush is a litigation associate attorney. Prior to joining Hawley Troxell, Noah attended the University of Idaho, where he was a graduate of the honors college and received a B.A. in English and Spanish. He then attended the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, where he graduated with high honors. During law school, Noah served as the associate managing editor of the Utah Law Review and served on the executive board. He was also a top performer in the moot-court competition and was selected to compete for the school’s trial-advocacy team.
Following graduation, Noah served a two-year term as a judicial law clerk to Chief Justice Roger S. Burdick of the Idaho Supreme Court.
Noah has lived on three separate continents and is a proud sixth-generation Idahoan who enjoys traveling to the far corners of the state to fly fish its many rivers.
LAW SCHOOL University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, J.D., 2018
Utah Law Review, Associate Managing Editor
UNDERGRADUATE University of Idaho, B.A., English and Spanish, 2015
Judicial Law Clerk to Chief Justice Roger S. Burdick, Idaho Supreme Court
Access to Justice FUND Run, planning committee, 2019–2020