Noah Massillon

Paralegal/Data Analyst

Biography

Noah Massillon (he/him) joined Loevy + Loevy as a Paralegal/Data Analyst in 2022. Noah heads the Police Torture Project database and also helps manage various data analysis projects at the firm. Noah graduated from Pomona College in Claremont, California with a B.A. in Politics in 2021. He primarily works on police torture and misconduct cases and hopes to continue this work as an attorney someday. He is passionate about advocacy, critical theory, and politics. In his free time, Noah enjoys live music, rock climbing, and capoeira.

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