VISITING LAW FACULTY
|Distinguished Visiting Professor, Spring 2005
| S H O R T B I O G R A P H Y
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). He is active in several international law organizations and is currently Vice President of the American Branch of the International Law Association. Professor Noyes is a co-author of one of the leading law school textbooks on international law, and the author of more than 45 book chapters, law review articles, and essays on the international law of the sea, international dispute resolution, and other topics. Professor Noyes is a member of the bar of the state of Connecticut, where he practiced law before entering academia.
Cases and Commentary on International Law (co-authored with Mark W. Janis) (West Group, 2nd ed., 2001).
The United Nations at 50: Proposals for Improving Its Effectiveness (editor and contributor) (American Bar Association, 1997).
"Case Study of the United States of America," Vessel-Source Pollution and Coastal State Jurisdiction 357 (Erik Franckx, ed., 2001).
"Christianity and Theories of International Law in Nineteenth-Century Britain," Religion and International Law 235 (Carolyn Evans and Mark W. Janis, eds., 1999).
"The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea," 32 Cornell International Law Journal 109 (1998).
BA, Amherst College; JD, University of Virginia
International Law; International Law of the Sea
| C O N T A C T I N F O
Visiting Prof. John Noyes
Suffolk University Law School
120 Tremont Street
, Suite 380-J
Boston, MA 02108-4977