Noah J. Garber L'08
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Noah J. Garber L'08

Noah J. Garber

A native of Syracuse, Noah J. Garber obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, with a minor in Sociology, from Binghamton University (SUNY) in 2005 and his Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law in 2008.  While at Binghamton University, Mr. Garber was a member of the University’s NCAA Division I lacrosse team, Dean’s List, and Judicial Board.  Mr. Garber also received the J.W. Saxe Memorial Prize for public interest work with the New York State Office of the Attorney General (Binghamton, New York), the Legal Aid Society (Queens, New York), and the King’s County District Attorney’s Office (Brooklyn, New York).  During his first two years at the College of Law, Mr. Garber was a member of the Dean’s List, President of the Jewish Law Student Association, and a student law clerk in the chambers of Senior Judge Frederick J. Scullin Jr. of the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York.  In his final year of law school, Mr. Garber was a visiting scholar at Boalt Hall, U.C. Berkeley School of Law, where he was a member of the Boalt Journal of Labor and Employment Law.

Currently, Mr. Garber is an attorney with Region 32 of the National Labor Relations Board (Oakland, California) where he practices primarily in traditional labor law.  As a labor lawyer, Mr. Garber advises individuals, unions, and employers on their rights and obligations under the National Labor Relations Act and he investigates and prosecutes unfair labor practice charges against employers and unions.  His work encompasses nearly all private employees, including postal workers; however, most of his work is in the healthcare, construction, and service industries.

In his four years of practice, Mr. Garber has litigated matters, including acting as first chair trial attorney in unfair labor practice trials, in front of Administrative Law Judges, the National Labor Relations Board, and the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.  In addition to trial victories, Mr. Garber received the federal Special Act Award for his work on a union election that included a bargaining unit of 44,000 healthcare employees.  Mr. Garber also conducts trainings on case law and has been invited multiple times to speak at labor and employment law panels.

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