As a former local government attorney, Noah Klein is keenly aware of the issues encountered by commercial developers as they make their way through the development review and permitting process. When working with clients, Noah adopts a consensus approach and identifies core issues of concern to them, and advances those interests in negotiations with development agencies. He believes the best and most successful projects are the ones where all stakeholders feel their interests have been well represented. His represented clients include developers, charitable foundations, commercial and residential condo associations, homebuilders, federal and local entities, commercial uses, recreational uses, religious institutions, and homeowners.
Noah has over 10 years of experience specializing in Real Estate and Land Use Law. He received his Bachelors of Arts in History and French from The College of William & Mary before receiving his law degree from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law.
- J.D., Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, 2002
- B.A., The College of William & Mary, 1998
- Real Estate
- Land Use
- Provided legal framework for a highly regarded public-private stream mitigation program within Prince William County.
- Co-authored successful amicus brief on behalf of the Local Government Attorneys of Virginia, Inc. in Arogas, Inc. v. Frederick County Board of Zoning Appeals et al. 280 Va. 221. (2010)
- Managed entitlement process and secured associated permits in connection with major federal mass-transit (Silver Line Phase II) project
- Successful representation of major developer for mixed-use project in Prince William County
- Secured special permits and special exceptions in Fairfax County for religious institutions and commercial uses, as well as homeowners
- Appearances before the Prince William County Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors, Fairfax County Planning Commission, Board of Supervisors and Board of Zoning Appeals, and Loudon County Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors
- “The Law of Variances, the Cochran Decision and the Legislative Aftermath”, Virginia State Bar Journal, Vol. XV, No. 3,Spring 2005, p. 2. ( April 1, 2005 )
- 2005-2006: Conducted public seminars on the rights and responsibilities of homeowners associations in Prince William County, as sponsored by the Clean Community Council
- Virginia Bar Association
- Fairfax Bar Association
- Prince William Bar Association
- Moot court judge. GMU Law 1L and upper class moot court competitions
- Volunteer, Animal Welfare League of Arlington