Based in Marietta, Georgia, CourtCamp offers skill-building in the context of the American legal system.  CourtCamp gives an outlet to teens who are interested in law, public policy, and leadership.

CourtCamp was founded by Noelle Lagueux-Alvarez, a lawyer mom.  Ms. Lagueux-Alvarez is an attorney with eleven years of professional experience.  After working in the private sector for six years, for such companies as Goldman Sachs and Swissair, Ms. Lagueux-Alvarez graduated magna cum laude from Albany Law School in 2005.  She started her legal career in the general litigation department of Paul Hastings, a large international law firm.  Thereafter, Ms. Lagueux-Alvarez was the Program Director and Staff Attorney for the Fulton County Business Court.  Before starting CourtCamp, Ms. Lagueux-Alvarez worked for the U.S. Department of Labor representing a sub-agency in litigation. 

Ms. Lagueux-Alvarez oversees every detail of CourtCamp and will provide instruction and lead activities daily when CourtCamp is in session.  She will be assisted by other legal professionals and law students.