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Overview

A commercial litigator with an interest in public relations, Madeline understands that client reputation is involved in legal solution in and out of the courtroom.

Madeline appreciates that in addition to immediate legal remedies and long-range customized business goals, there can be a reputational aspect that guides optimal resolutions. She works closely with clients and legal teams to achieve best outcomes for a wide range of clients across sectors, from individuals to global corporations. Known as a persuasive problem solver, Madeline is energized by helping clients through their toughest legal matters.

Before joining the firm, Madeline served internships on the U.S. Senate campaign of Philip Bredesen, 48th Governor of Tennessee, as well as a with a strategic planning and communications public relations and marketing firm.

Dedicated to
pro bono service.
Dedicated to
pro bono service.

Service

Education

  • J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law
    • Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law, Staff Editor
    • Tennessee Law Review, Executive Editor
    • Order of the Coif
    • CALI Awards, Fundamental Concepts of Income Taxation, Family Law, Civil Rights Actions
    • Law Women
  • B.A., Lee University
    • Public Relations major, Business Administration minor
    • summa cum laude
    • Alpha Chi Honor
    • Sigma Nu Sigma

Admissions

  • Tennessee
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Outside the Office

Madeline understand that the way through a complex home project is one recipe at a time.

In the manner of “Julie & Julia,” Madeline is cooking her way through an entire cookbook. For baking, however, she relies on tried-and-true family recipes of her grandmother and great-grandmother. Madeline also enjoys exploring Chattanooga’s parks and greenspaces.

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