Noah Gaarder-Feingold

Associate Attorney

Associate Attorney Noah Gaarder-Feingold

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Practice Areas:

  • General Corporate
  • Private Equity
  • Contract

“The dignity of movement of an iceberg is due to only one-eighth of it being above water.”

– Ernest Hemingway


Noah Gaarder-Feingold is a business attorney whose practice focuses on advising entrepreneurs and private companies on general corporate matters and strategic transactions. His practice includes entity formation and reorganization, corporate governance, debt and equity financings, in-licensing and out-licensing agreements, asset purchase agreements, and mergers and acquisitions. Noah’s goal is to serve his clients not only as an attorney but also as a trusted business advisor and partner.

Noah grew up in Solana Beach and Del Mar where he fostered a love of the ocean and of learning. It was these two loves that influenced Noah to attend UCLA: he could surf Malibu and study at a renowned university. At UCLA, Noah received a Bachelor’s of Arts in Film and was a founder of the UCLA Surf Team, an academic tutor to student athletes, and an avid fan of UCLA basketball and football. He decided to attend law school because every class he took at UCLA, whether it was the science of climate change, the political theories of John Locke, or the art of screenwriting, invoked the law and considered its impact.

Noah graduated summa cum laude from the University of San Diego School of Law. During law school, Noah served as a research assistant, a teaching assistant, and the Executive Comments Editor of the San Diego Law Review. His paper on the Second Amendment was published in the San Diego Law Review in 2019.

Before Coast Law, Noah worked for one of the largest law firms in the US where he represented biotechnology companies in venture financings, initial public offerings, and strategic exits. Noah joined Coast Law in 2023.

Noah lives in Del Mar and enjoys spending time with family, surfing, and reading The New Yorker


  • University of San Diego School of Law, San Diego, California
  • University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
    • B.A.

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