Professor Noyes has been on the California Western faculty since 1982
and has also taught international law courses as a visiting professor
at the University of Connecticut School of Law, Wake Forest University
School of Law, Roger Williams University School of Law, Victoria
University of Wellington (New Zealand), and the University of San
Diego's Institute on International and Comparative Law (Oxford and Paris
programs). During the spring of 2005 he was a Distinguished Visiting
Professor at Suffolk University Law School in Boston.
Noyes is active in several international law organizations, serving as President (2008-2010) and Chair of the Executive Committee (2010-2014) of the American Branch of
the International Law Association. He is co-author of the leading
law school textbooks on international law and the law of the sea, and the author of more than
50 book chapters, law review articles, and essays on the international
law of the sea, international dispute resolution, and other topics.
Noyes is a member of the State Bar of Connecticut, where he practiced
law before entering academia.
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