Norieh Brittain is a native of California where she attended Vanguard University of Southern California and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2006. After relocating to North Carolina in 2011 and after a decades-long career in the corporate world, she chose to pursue her lifelong goal of becoming an attorney. She graduated with honors from North Carolina Central University School of Law in December 2021. In addition to her cum laude distinction, Norieh was the 2019 Clifton Johnson Moot Court Competition Best Oralist and Best Overall Award Winner and later served as the Chair of the Moot Court Board.
Not many people can start law school in the midst of a corporate career, simultaneously raise three small children, and still manage to graduate as one of the top students in the class all while winning trial competitions in the process. Norieh brings that same passion, focus, and determination to her family law career. As a wife and mother, Norieh understands the complexities that come with issues that arise from Family Law. Her passion is to not only protect her clients and their interests but to represent them fiercely.
Norieh is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section, the Wake County Bar Association, and the Tenth Judicial District Bar.
She is also fluent in the Farsi/Persian language and is one of the only family law attorneys in the state to have that special skill.
Paralegal: Kaylyn Shaw