Noelle Malindzak is an associate in Newmeyer Dillion’s Newport Beach office. Her area of practice includes a wide range of business and civil litigation matters.
Noelle brings a collaborative approach to client service and helping ensure the firm supports each client in achieving their goals. Her background offers a variety of unique skill sets that complement the firm’s service team, including:
- An understanding of the judicial system and its legal process. Prior to joining the firm, Noelle worked at Public Law Center where she frequently volunteered at the Santa Ana Federal Pro Se Clinic. In this position she offered guidance to individuals who were representing themselves in federal civil actions. This experience helps her bring insight and practicality to the litigation process.
- An excellence in legal writing. While in law school, Noelle was an associate editor of the UC Irvine Law Review and served as a teaching assistant for Professor Croskery-Roberts’ Lawyering Skills course. She also received the Dean’s Award representing the highest grade in her California Motions course. These experiences highlight her ability to craft persuasive and fact-driven writing on complex issues for clients.
*Awaiting swearing-in ceremony
- California, pending swearing-in ceremony
- University of California, Irvine School of Law (J.D., 2020)
- Associate Editor, UC Irvine Law Review
- Dean’s Award for California Motions Course (highest grade in course)
- 1L Pro Bono Achievement Award (100 hours of pro bono service in first year of law school)
- San Diego State University (B.A., 2015)
- Business Management