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Sue Noe, NARF Staff Attorney

Sue Noe
Staff Attorney

Sue Noe is an experienced water rights attorney and brings over twelve years water rights litigation experience to the NARF water team.  She specializes in large, complex litigation.  While in private practice Sue teamed up with NARF and worked on behalf of the Nez Perce Tribe in the Snake River Basin Adjudication in Idaho and the Klamath Tribes in the Klamath Basin Adjudication in Oregon, achieving success in both adjudications the first ending in a Congressionally-approved settlement and the latter securing resounding victories before Oregon’s Office of Administrative Hearings.  In addition to her work on behalf of Native American tribes, Sue has substantial international experience.

Sue received her J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with high honors, and earned an LL.M. in Natural Resources and Environmental Law and Policy from the University of Denver College of Law, where she received several awards for Scholastic Excellence.  Along with her former law professor, George (Rock) Pring, Sue has co-authored two book chapters on natural resource issues in international law published by Oxford University Press.  She is licensed to practice law in Colorado and New York.  Sue began work for NARF in December 2012.

See Sue's resume to learn more about her experience and credentials.

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