- J.D. Georgetown University Law Center, 2021
- B.A. with Distinction in Economics, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, 2017
- Member of the Michigan Bar
- Georgetown Business Law Scholar
- Focus on business and family immigration matters
Rebecca M. Noeske received her undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Michigan. She graduated with distinction in 2017 and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. She was also awarded the Economics Undergraduate Service Award for her commitment to and participation in the university’s economics program. While at the University of Michigan, Ms. Noeske spent several summers conducting competitive research for the luxury car brand, Alfa Romeo, during its relaunch in the United States automotive market after a twenty-year absence.
Ms. Noeske received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2021. In law school, her studies focused primarily on business law and immigration law. She was selected to participate in Georgetown’s Business Law Scholars program, a mentoring program that provides access to top business executives and corporate attorneys and requires students to engage in rigorous business-based coursework. She served as a Senior Editor on the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, the only student-edited law journal in the country dedicated entirely to the study of immigration and international migration matters. She also completed pro bono work for various organizations, including the National Veterans Legal Services Program, and was recognized for having successfully fulfilled her Pro Bono Pledge. In the summer of 2019, Ms. Noeske interned in the chambers of the Honorable Bridget M. McCormack, Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. The following summer, she interned for Prosecutors’ Center for Excellence, a non-profit organization that strives to implement best prosecutorial practices in order to improve efficiency and fairness in the criminal justice system.
After finishing law school, Ms. Noeske clerked for Antone, Casagrande & Adwers until she was admitted to the Michigan Bar, at which time she began practicing immigration law full-time. She has worked on cases in both the business-based and family-based immigration contexts, including cases involving H-1B Specialized Workers, O-1 Extraordinary Aliens, E-1/E-2 Treaty Traders and Investors, Labor Certification/PERM, Mexican and Canadian TN Professionals, J-1 Exchange Visitors, employment and family-based green cards, and naturalization applications.