Rebecca Noblin is a staff attorney with the Alaska regional office in the Anchorage location.
Prior to joining Earthjustice, Rebecca directed the Alaska program for the Center for Biological Diversity. In that role, Rebecca focused on protecting Alaska species under the Endangered Species Act, including polar bears, ice seals, walruses, Cook Inlet belugas and Alexander Archipelago wolves. She also fought Arctic Ocean drilling and old-growth logging on the Tongass.
Rebecca graduated from Harvard Law School in 2006 and began her Alaska adventure clerking for Justice Robert L. Eastaugh on the Alaska Supreme Court. She also spent a year working under a Harvard public interest fellowship on Arctic drilling and shipping for the Alaska program of Pacific Environment. Rebecca holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Texas. She loves spending time with the people, places and critters she’s working to protect.
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