About Noah Klug
Noah Klug was born and raised in Colorado, where he attended the University of Colorado at Boulder for undergraduate studies and the University of Denver for law school. He was commissioned as an officer in the United States Naval Reserve where he was stationed overseas and was honorably discharged in 2003 at the rank of Lieutenant. After interning with Judge Arthur Roy at the Colorado Court of Appeals and passing his bar exam, Noah worked for "local legend" real estate attorney Jay Bauer before founding his own law firm in 2009. He has served on local planning commissions. He is admitted to practice law in all states and federal courts in Colorado and is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and the Continental Divide Bar Association. He is knowledgeable in real estate, litigation, business, and probate law. He has taught many classes on real estate topics. He is well known for writing almost 200 articles on various legal topics that appeared in his Mountain Law Column in the Summit Daily News starting in 2009.