Noah Brownstone is an articling student with Stevenson Whelton LLP. He graduated from Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law in the spring of 2022. In law school, Noah was heavily involved in the International Law Society. In his second and third years, he coordinated annual conferences jointly hosted by the Canadian Red Cross and JAG. During his final year, Noah became involved in the Dalhousie Legal Aid Service. In addition to his clinical work, he volunteered to work with a team of lawyers for a coalition of participants of the Mass Casualty Commission Inquiry. His research experience and interests include smart contracts, disability rights, legal capacity, poverty law, and gender-based violence.
Noah lived, studied, and worked in Germany for two years and is comfortable in day-to-day German. He also holds a graduate degree in Linguistics. In his free time, he enjoys word puzzles, reading science fiction, learning languages, and spending time with his friends and family.