Chanel Noblin concentrates her practice in sports, recreation and entertainment litigation as well as premises, automobile and general liability. She works with clients to provide creative solutions to complex legal issues through all stages of the litigation process. She is adept at developing a comprehensive litigation strategy for her clients by applying skills in oral and written argument, negotiation and legal research to achieve optimal results.
In addition, Chanel has extensive experience handling municipal tort actions grounded in general, premises, automobile and New York Labor Law 200, 240 and 241.
Prior to joining the firm, Chanel served as in-house associate counsel for a major international insurance firm. She also served as Assistant Corporation Counsel in the Torts Division for the New York City Law Department.
Chanel earned her J.D. from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University where she received the Law Diversity Grant and the Law Trustee Grant. While in law school, she was a member of the Corporate and Commercial Law Society, the Women’s Association of Law Students and the Black Law Students Association.
She holds a B.A., in political science, prelaw, with a minor in business law, ethics and regulation cum laude, from Fairfield University.
Outside of the office, Chanel enjoys playing golf, cooking and reading a good book.
Professional & Civic Involvement
- Defense Association of New York
- Westchester County Bar Association