PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND

ORPHANS' COURT


WENDY ALISE CARTWRIGHT, Chief Judge (Democrat)



Chief Judge, Orphans' Court, Prince George's County, since January 2003 (judge, 2001-03). Member, Judicial Ethics Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 2013-. Board of Directors, Judicial Institute of Maryland, 2014-15. Vice-Chair, Conference of Orphans' Court Judges, 2016- (member, 2003-09, 2014-).

Born in Washington, DC, November 7, 1964. University of Maryland Baltimore County, B.A. (political science), 1986; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1989. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1990. Attorney. Partner, Wendy A. Cartwright & Associates, P.C., 1991-2007; Cartwright & White, 2007-. Member, Maryland State Bar Association (estate & trust law section; family & juvenile law section; solo & small firm practice section); Prince George's County Bar Association; National Association of Women Judges. Co-Chair, Building Expansion Committee, and former trustee, First Baptist Church of Highland Park, Lanham, Maryland.

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