Member Noelle Natoli Sworn In as Executive Committee Secretary of Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles
Member Noelle Natoli was sworn as Secretary of the Executive Committee at the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (WLALA) Centennial Celebration Awards and Installation Dinner on September 21. This year marked the organization’s 100th anniversary of empowering women in the law and in the community and the advancement of women’s rights. For more information on the organization, click here.
Natoli is a Member in Clark Hill’s Los Angeles office. She prides herself on her ability to listen directly to her clients’ needs and navigate complex litigation for the clients’ business benefit. Natoli excels in the courtroom and with clients by focusing on the importance of issues and the relationship between the insured and insurer. In addition to her involvement in WLALA, Natoli also serves on the steering committee of the Defense Research Institute’s Trucking Law Committee and is a member of the Trucking Industry Defense Association of which she proudly chairs the Committee for Diversity and Inclusion. She is also a member of several other organizations including the Transportation Lawyers’ Association, Defense Research Institute, International Association of Defense Counsel, and Association of Southern California Defense Counsel.
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