Contact Info

  • Name: Shayna Noyce
  • Position: Associate
  • Phone: (858) 566-7600

Practice Areas

    • Civil Litigation
    • Construction Defect
    • Medical Malpractice
    • Personal injury
    • Insurance Defense Litigation

Shayna Noyce


Shayna Noyce is an associate attorney at Morris, Sullivan & Lemkul’s San Diego office. Ms. Noyce advises and represents clients in the areas of civil litigation, construction defect, complex civil litigation, MDL, mass tort and personal injury litigation. Ms. Noyce earned her Juris Doctor degree from California Western School of Law, graduating in the top 1% of her class. During law school, Ms. Noyce served as the Executive Editor for the California Western Law Review, as a research assistant to Professor Liam Vavasour, and as a legal writing honors instructor for first-year law students. Ms. Noyce received numerous academic awards, including Academic Excellence Awards (f/k/a American Jurisprudence Awards) in the courses of: Advanced Legal Research, Business Organizations, Federal Evidence, California Evidence, Constitutional Law II, Corporate Finance, Employee Benefit Law & ERISA, Legal Skills I, Legal Skills II, STEPPS (professional responsibility, ethics), and Specialized Legal Research, and a Distinguished Advocate Award for her oral argument presented at the William C. Lynch Appellate Competition. Ms. Noyce obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). Upon graduation from UNLV, Ms. Noyce received the David Henry Outstanding Student Writing Award for her degree capstone scholarly research thesis. Prior to law school, Ms. Noyce worked as a legal assistant and paralegal for over 10 years. Ms. Noyce is admitted to practice law in the State of California.


  • Juris Doctor, California Western School of Law, magna cum laude (top 1% of class)
  • Bachelor of Arts—Communications, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


  • Shayna Noyce, Casino Owners Take Heed: Indoor Smoking Is About to Be Extinguished, 58 W. L. Rev. 363 (2022)