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Madison represents clients in complex commercial litigation matters.

Inspired by a book about a public defender, Madison was drawn to the legal profession’s human aspect. Although her own goal wasn’t criminal law, she saw the potential to build lasting relationships and advocate for others in their time of need.

In law school, Madison discovered an enthusiasm for business-focused classes. She enjoyed studying secured transactions, investment banking, corporations, antitrust, and bankruptcy and earned a certificate in business law. Madison was equally drawn to the commercial litigation practice area because of the variety it offers. She enjoys the challenge of a wide range of cases and disputes. She also loves public speaking, arguing, and legal research and writing, making her a natural fit for litigation.

During her time as a summer associate at Husch Blackwell, Madison worked on commercial litigation and white-collar matters and thrived in the collaborative environment. Upon graduation, she returned to the firm as a fully qualified attorney and now focuses on complex litigation matters, bringing her passion for advocacy and her keen attention to detail to every case. She is known for being ambitious, self-motivated, and a team player, and clients appreciate her genuine care for their concerns and commitment to advocating for their needs.



  • J.D., Washington University School of Law
    • cum laude
  • B.A., Saint Louis University


  • Missouri
Outside the Office

Madison enjoys running and weightlifting: she ran cross country in high school and continued to run for fun during college but became particularly serious about her hobby over the last couple years. She’s now run two half marathons and is considering training for a full.

She also likes to read and names Stephen King novels as her favorite books.