Norman Gregory Young, American lawyer, educator. Bar: California 1973, United States Supreme Court 1987. Fulbright fellow, Baku, Azerbaijan, since 2003. Member of American Bar Association, International Law Association (committee international economic law and development since 2007), American Society International Law, Golden Key.
Bachelor, California State University, 1970. Juris Doctor, Loyola Law School, 1973. Public certified, Stanford University, 1982.
Certified, United States Army Reserve Judge Advocate General School, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1986. Master of Laws in international law, University San Diego, 1997. Certified in private international law, The Hague Academy International Law, 1998.
Certified in public international law, The Hague Academy International Law, 1999.
Attorney Securities and Exchange Commission, Los Angeles, 1973—1976. Trustee-in-bankruptcy United States Bankruptcy Court, 1976—1983. Private attorney Edwards & Young, 1976—1991.
Professor international business law and coordinator law faculty California Polytechnic University, Pomona, since 1976. Commissioner California Building Standards Commission, Sacramento, 1985—1989. Legal advisor United States-China Intellectual Property Rights Enhancement Project, 1998—2000.
Visiting fellow University Cambridge, 2000, 01. Visiting lecturer Economics College, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 1999, Hanoi National University, Vietnam, 1999, Wuhan Law School, China, 2000. Member executive committee international practice section State Bar California, since 2002.
Honorary professor international law Western University, Baku, Azerbaijan, since 2003. Lecturer Chinese economic law American Institutes on Foreign Studies, Shanghai and Nanjing, China. Global issues panel Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholarship, since 2006.