New judge starting at DC Superior Court


WASHINGTON (AP) — A new magistrate judge is expected to start her work at D.C. Superior Court.

Adrienne Noti is expected to begin her work as a magistrate judge Monday.

Before becoming a magistrate judge, Noti worked at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as special adviser to the director of the Office of Child Support Enforcement. She has previously practiced family law and served as a clinic director at American University’s law school.

Noti got her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and her law degree from Georgetown University.

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