Noah Hall

Associate Professor of Law Wayne Law
Phone: (734) 646-1400

Areas of expertise



Noah  Hall is an expert in enviornmental and water law, and his research focuses on issues of environmental governance, federalism, transboundary pollution and resource management. Prior to joining WSU's faculty, Professor Hall was an attorney with the National Wildlife Federation, where he managed the Great Lakes Water Resources Program for the nation's largest conservation organization. He is also founder of the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center, a nonprofit environmental organization that provides legal assistance to community organizations, environmental non-governmental organizations, and local, state and regional governments. He continues to serve as the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center's scholarship director.

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