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Practice areas


  1. Family: 20%
  2. Workers Compensation: 20%
  3. Personal Injury: 20%
  4. Criminal Defense: 20%
  5. Litigation: 20%

Attorney endorsements

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  • Daniel Harris Miller

    I highly endorse Noah. His zealous advocacy for his clients is second to none.


    Daniel Miller Family Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Christopher Guy Wall

    I endorse this lawyer. Noah possesses a rare blend of tenacity and compassion. His work ethic is tremendous and he fights tooth and nail for every last benefit due his clients. It is a pleasure to have Noah on board at Wall, Wall and Frauenhofer.


    Christopher Wall Personal Injury Attorney
    Relationship: Supervised lawyer

Contact info

Wall, Wall & Frauenhofer LLP

117 Main Street
Torrington, CT, 06790


FLMember in Good Standing201009/08/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Attorney at LawWall, Wall & Frauenhofer LLP2013 - Present
Assistant Public DefenderOffice of the Public Defender, 6th Judicial Circuit, Florida2010 - 2012
Association namePosition nameDuration
Connecticut Bar Association, Standing Committee on Professional Ethicsmember2014 - Present
Connecticut Bar AssociationMember2013 - Present
Connecticut Trial Lawyers AssociationMember2013 - Present
Connecticut Bar Association, Connecticut Lawyer Adisory CommitteeMember2013 - Present
Florida BarMember2010 - Present
American Bar AssociationMember2007 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
ABA The Young Lawyer (online)A Plan for Closing Argument2015
Connecticut LawyerHow to Establish and Disestablish Paternity2015
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Stetson University College of LawDoctor of Jurisprudence/Juris DoctorN/A2010
University of ConnecticutPolitical Science, JournalismBachelor of Arts2006
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Stetson Law Review Annual BanquetExcuse Me Sir, Can You Spare Some Certiorari? Why Downtown “No Panhandling” Zones Are Constitutionally Suspect2010