Alison S. Hoyt, LL.M.

Military Professor College of Maritime Operational Warfare
Lt. Cmdr., U.S. Navy
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Biography

Lieutenant Commander Alison S. Hoyt is currently serving as the authorities SME on the Assist & Assess Team under College of Maritime Operational Warfare. She has practiced in the fields of legal assistance, trial work, and extensively in operational law and international law. She has held multiple Staff Judge Advocate positions, at sea, within the United States, and abroad, in Navy units, Army units and Joint units. She also has experience teaching foreign civilians and military members, and has a Masters in International Law.

Areas of Expertise

  • Ethics
  • International Law
  • Rules of Engagement
  • UNCLOS

Professional Highlights

2016

Assist and Assess Team, Newport, RI

2014

European Command, Stuttgart, Germany

2013

LLM, International Law, University of San Diego, CA

2011

COMLOGWESTPAC, Singapore

2009

Naval Air Forces Pacific, San Diego, CA

2008

Task Force 134, Baghdad, Iraq

2006

Naval Forces Japan, Yokosuka, Japan

2005

Naval Supply Facility, Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory

2004

Amphibious Squadron SEVEN, San Diego, CA

2003

Naval Legal Service Office Northwest, Bangor, WA

Education

LL.M., University San Diego, 2014, International Law

J.D., Tulane University, 2002, Environmental Law certificate

B.A., University California, 1997, Environmental Studies and Anthropology

External Memberships and Associations

California Bar Association

News, Media, & Events

VIDEO: 45 Seconds on Stoicism and Leadership

Aug. 19, 2019
News Publication

Rochefort Group Workshop Series: Workshop Two

Aug. 19, 2019
8:00 a.m.
Sims Hall, U.S. Naval War College, 686 Cushing Road, Newport, RI 02841

Back to Basics—Research Design for the Operational Level of War

Jun. 13, 2019
Naval War College Review
Article Publication

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