Grace K. Noe focuses her practice upon the defense of medical professionals, nursing homes and health care providers, as well as other professionals. Grace has also defended individuals and corporations in premise liability and personal injury cases. During her time at Brenner, Monroe, Scott and Anderson, Ltd., she has obtained successful arbitration awards on behalf of her clients, and has drafted and argued successful motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment. Grace has valuable experience with all aspects of the pre-trial process from consulting with experts, motion practice, managing the discovery process, defending her clients in depositions, and conducting depositions on behalf of her clients. Through this experience, Grace is able to utilize the pre-trial phase of litigation to advance her client’s cases and interests.

While attending law school, Grace was a member of the University of Illinois College of Law National Moot Court Team, and she ultimately became an Editor of Competition for the program. She also worked as an intern at the Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation where she provided free legal services to low-income residents in Central and Southern Illinois. During this internship, Grace represented victims of domestic violence in court on various family law matters. She also received a pro bono notation from the University of Illinois College of Law.

Grace attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science, and was a member of the Phi Sigma Theta National Honors Society.

Education

  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – B.A. – 2011
  • University of Illinois College of Law – J.D. – 2014
    • Frederick Green Moot Court Competition
      • Editor of Competition – 2014
      • Honorary Round Finalist – 2013
      • National Team Competitor – 2013
    • ABA Client Counseling Competition
      • University of Illinois Finalist – 2012

License

  • Admitted to the Illinois Bar – 2014