Noa Azulai is a Litigation Paralegal and Legal Assistant supporting the firm’s litigation and entertainment groups. Prior to RPJ, Ms. Azulai interned in the Editorial department at VICE Media, writing and editing for VICE Identity, a team of journalists dedicated to highlighting the complex experiences of women and queer people. Ms. Azulai is a graduate of Wesleyan University with a major in Government and Political Theory and a minor in Writing. While at Wesleyan, she served on the Government Majors Committee and worked for the History Department, conducting original archival research on the untold stories of the American Revolutionary period. She also spent time in Budapest, Hungary, studying international law and the effects of authoritarianism. In 2019, Noa was named one of four B*tch Media Writing Fellows to write about sexual politics in the United States.