Lauren Noriega, aka Nori The Nightmare, combined her love of learning and law enforcement to become a badass Criminal Defense Attorney and founder of her own law firm, The Noriega Law Firm. She talks with Bunnie about using social media as a tool to market her assets, how she handles being judged for bringing sexy to the courtroom, and shares a special embarrassing confession about her emo side.
- Lauren has been around law enforcement her whole life. Her dad is a retired sheriff, grandfather was an undercover narc for the California Department of Justice, and mom was a nurse at a jail.
- Lauren continued her passion for learning and school by attending law school, and it led to her opening her own firm, The Noriega Law Firm.
- Has she been judged in the courtroom? Absolutely. Most often it’s by the judges. However, Lauren prefers to let her hard work, intelligence, and strong work ethic speak for herself.
- While most lawyers stay behind the scenes, Nori The Nightmare isn’t afraid to be loud and proud on social media. She has found it’s a great way to mix business and pleasure and develop trust with her present and future clients.
- Do others get intimidated by Lauren because of her brains and beauty? Absolutely. Does it stop her from moving forward and kicking ass? Not even one bit.
- Lauren has consulted with almost every hip hop client in the biz, and now represents such big stars as $tupid Young and Boskoe1.
- Lauren is single and ready to mingle. If you want to check out her beauty and brains and drool, her insta is: @nori_thenightmare.
- While Bunnie was working hard at Fatburger, Lauren was slinging nuggets at Wendy’s.
- She is one brave chick. Even though her biggest fear is guns, she just went to the LA Gun Club to shoot a gun and get a feel for being around them.
- Lauren’s first fight...in law school of course. She used her boxing moves and did a combo to lay her opponent out, which got her free drinks for the night.
- “If you know what you are talking about and you are articulate, that gets you where you want to go.”
- “It’s beneficial that people already know me, and I don’t feel like I have to sell myself.”
- “I worked there for three years. Who worked at Wendy’s for three years?”
- “I’m still an emo kid at heart.”
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