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Madison practices commercial real estate law, primarily in the renewable energy context.

Madison has extensive experience representing developers, financial institutions, tax equity investors, and sellers and purchasers of wind and solar projects varying in size from 100-500 MWs. She helps clients navigate the project development process by regularly assisting with site control procurement and diligence. Madison regularly supports clients’ development efforts through title, survey and other due diligence review; analyzing and curing title issues; and drafting and negotiating leases, easements, crossing consents, and other real property-related documents for wind and solar projects.

Madison also has experience representing sellers, purchasers, developers, tenants, and landlords on real estate projects of all types and sizes, including the development, acquisition, disposition and leasing of office, retail, hotel and multifamily projects on improved and unimproved land. 




  • J.D., Wake Forest University School of Law
      • Wake Forest Law Review, Symposium Editor
      • ABA Award for Excellence in the Study of Urban, State and Local Government Law
      • CALI Award: Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research I
  • B.A., Davidson College
    • History
    • cum laude


  • Texas