At 7 years old, with a clip on tie and a plastic toy briefcase, Mr. Noah P Wyer proclaimed he wanted to be a lawyer. Since that day, Mr. Wyer lived his life accumulating work, relationship, and business experience, while slowly drifting away from the dream of becoming a lawyer.
He began working in land development and property management when he was 13 years old, starting as a laborer who carried buckets of concrete and stacks of lumber. By the age of 19 he was overseeing multi-million-dollar construction projects and simultaneously managing multiple successful investment properties.
Mr. Wyer began his college education with a focus on sciences, intending to eventually work in the healthcare field. While studying the sciences, he obtained a certification and license to work in hospital pharmacies and prepare intravenous medications.
Mr. Wyer found himself unchallenged in the field, and after 3 years of studying the sciences and working toward a degree in chemistry, he was called back to his original dream of becoming an attorney.
He promptly changed his course of study to business and economics, with the intention of going to law school and eventually developing a law practice.
All of Mr. Wyer’s experiences, combined with the lessons learned from his mentor in the law and the attorneys he has worked for and against, led him to develop his philosophy on the practice of law.
His dealings with both good and bad attorneys help him understand, from the perspective of client and attorney, what quality, dedicated, personal service really is, and how it should be provided.