She is a graduate of New York University and Harvard Law School. Prior to joining the ACLU, Noor was a Bertha Justice fellow at the Center for Constitutional Rights, where she represented detainees at Guantánamo Bay and engaged in litigation and advocacy on issues relating to surveillance, the laws of war, immigration, and religious profiling.
- Commentary: The Principle of Harmonious Interpretation and the Expansion of Federal Shariat Court Jurisdiction in Pakistan
- Pakistan’s Federal Shariat Court and the Islamization of Prison Laws Judgment of 2009: Continued Expansion of Jurisdiction
- CASE COMMENT: Pakistan’s Federal Shariat Court on the Protection of Women Act of 2006: Expansion of Jurisdiction, Expansion of ḥudūd
- Case Study: The Shariat Appellate Bench of Pakistan and the Review of the Federal Shariat Court’s Riba Decision