Judge Tania Aldaddah, was appointed in 2015 by St. Louis County Executive Steven Stenger, to serve as Municipal Division Judge of the St. Louis County Municipal Court, South Division.
Judge Aldaddah received her B.A. in Political Science from DePaul University, her J.D. from the Southern Illinois University-School of Law, and is currently pursuing an LLM in Taxation at Washington University. Judge Aldaddah was admitted to the Missouri Bar in 2012, and is also licensed in Illinois, the Eastern District of Missouri, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Tax Court.
During law school, Judge Aldaddah served as an intern with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Missouri. Following the internship, Judge Aldaddah began her legal career with The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC. where she concentrates in complex federal litigation, general civil litigation and personal injury. Through this employment, Judge Aldaddah gained considerable experience with a wide variety of notable criminal and civil cases throughout the St. Louis region. At present, Judge Aldaddah is working on a broad range of cases that give her a unique perspective for her work as a municipal judge, including criminal cases in state and federal court in Missouri and Illinois, municipal violations throughout the State of Missouri and Illinois, general civil cases, family law, and tax cases with an emphasis on tax controversy, estate planning, and income tax.
Judge Aldaddah routinely volunteers as a judge for the Washington University Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Competition. She lives in Clayton, MO with her dog Riley, a Labrador Retriever Mix.