Motoo Noguchi

Attorney at Law at Iwatagodo in Tokyo

Attorney at Law at Iwatagodo in Tokyo; Former Board Chair of Trust Fund for Victims, International Criminal Court; Former Prosecutor, Supreme Prosecutors Office of Japan concurrently as Ambassador for International Judicial Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Former UN International Judge at the Khmer Rouge Trials in Cambodia.

Mr. Noguchi was previously prosecutor in Japan (1985-1996), professor at the Research & Training Institute of the Ministry of Justice (1996-2000), counsel at the Office of the General Counsel of Asian Development Bank (2000-2004), professor at UNAFEI (2004-2012), international judge of the Supreme Court Chamber at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC, 2006-2012), Director of International Cooperation Department of the Research and Training Institute (2012-2014), prosecutor at Supreme Prosecutors Office (2014-2020), and Ambassador for International Judicial Cooperation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2018-2020). Mr. Noguchi graduated from the University of Tokyo, faculty of law (1983) and the Legal Research and Training Institute of the Supreme Court of Japan (1985). Mr. Noguchi was visiting scholar at University of Washington, School of Law (1992-93), visiting professional at the ICC (2005), visiting fellow at Yale Law School, Schell Center for International Human Rights (2006-07), and visiting professor at the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (2009-2016).