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Synopsis: 2020 Estelle Kohn Fellow, Noah Lapidus, discusses the availability of First Amendment protection for police officer whistleblowers since the Supreme Court’s disastrous Garcetti decision.
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Noah Lapidus, 2020 Estelle Kohn Fellow, Kohn, Kohn and Colapinto, LLP
Noah Lapidus is the recipient of Estelle S. Kohn Memorial Fellowship awarded by Northeastern University School of Law. He graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in 2020 and received his B.A. in International Affairs from Northeastern University in 2017.
Noah has served the public interest across sectors and across the country. He clerked for the Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Law Judges, worked at the Law Library of Congress, and interned in the Office of Senator Elizabeth Warren. He defended immigrants’ rights with Project South in Atlanta and workers’ rights with Altshuler Berzon, LLP in San Francisco. Noah also served for four years as forensic genealogist and legal research assistant at the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project in Boston. He was recipient of the Edward J. Meehan and Ruderman Family Foundation scholarships.