Madeline is an Associate Attorney with the Durham Law Group. She is passionate and active in upholding the rights of those who have been hurt in the State of Georgia. She believes in developing a genuine relationship with each and every client. A client is not a nuisance or a number. Madeline is committed to advocating for her clients as if they were family.
She is particularly interested in helping children. Madeline has spent years advocating for impoverished and incarcerated youth in foster care in Atlanta and its surrounding cities. She is also a fervent supporter of human rights. In 2016, she published a paper on the ways in which the United States can stop multi-national corporations from infringing upon the human rights of the citizens of Nigeria and its surrounding nations. While at Emory, Madeline was a researcher and writer for the Corporate Governance and Accountability Law Review. She also served on the board of the Emory Public Interest Committee, coordinating volunteer events and fostering relationships with various charitable organizations in Atlanta.
Prior to joining The Durham Law Group, Madeline worked in general liability and mass tort litigation for defense firms in Midtown, Atlanta. She knows what the other side is thinking, and she can use that to her client’s advantage in developing her case.
Madeline received her undergraduate degrees in Philosophy and Spanish from Emory University, where she graduated with honors. She was a staff writer for the Emory Wheel, the school newspaper, and practiced her public speaking skills as an actor with Theater Emory. Madeline is originally from Indiana and now resides in Midtown. She enjoys exploring the city with her family, playing with her dog at Piedmont Park, and watching films at Midtown Arts Cinema.