Noranne Stradley was admitted to the Bar of New Jersey in 1976 and subsequently to the U.S. District Court of New Jersey, and the U.S. Supreme Court. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English in 1973 from Mary Washington University and her Juris Doctorate Degree from Capitol University Law School in 1976. During her time at University, Ms. Stradley was a member of the English Honor Society, editor of " The Law School Newspaper ", Articles Editor and author for Law Review, member of the Pro Bono Night Prosecutor Program, and the Pro Bono Litigation Clinic. While attending in Virginia she worked for the State Child Protective Unit, upon relocating to Ohio, she worked as a research assistant for many of the local attorneys.
After Admission to the New Jersey Bar:She became a Public Defender for conflicts in Superior Court indictments; Assistant Prosecutor of Salem County; Solicitor for the County of Salem; Member of the New Jersey Bar Association Judicial and Prosecutorial Review Committee representing Salem County; Appointed by New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice to Vicinage Fee Arbitration Committee; past chairman of Family Law Section of the Salem County Bar Association; Present Chairman of Superior Court of New Jersey, and the Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel of Salem County. Her Practice emphasizes Family Law, Real Estate Matters, Probate/Inheritance and Mediation.
New Jersey State Bar Association 1976
Federal District Court 1976
U.S. Supreme Court 1980
State of New Jersey Court Mediator Certification
CapitolUniversity Law School, Columbus, OH, 1976
J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence
Mary Washington University, Fredericksburg, VA, 1973