Madeline is an associate in our Birmingham (AL) office. She is admitted to practice in Alabama and the United States District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Alabama. She focuses her practice on defending matters involving workers’ compensation.
Madeline graduated from Furman University (SC) with a Bachelor of Science in earth and environmental science. She then earned her Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University (AL). Madeline served as both an Associate Editor (2021-2022) and a Research and Writing Editor (2022-2023) for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, a student ambassador and vice president of the Environmental Law Society. She was also awarded the Vulcan Materials Scholarship for Outstanding Candidate’s Paper. Additionally, Madeline was a Caruthers Fellow, a member of Women in Law and a member of Phi Alpha Delta.
Madeline is originally from Decatur (GA) and enjoys reading, crocheting and Zumba in her free time.
2022, 45 Am. J. Trial Advoc., The Comment, United States v. Hill: Determining what Constitutes a “Different Location” in an Abduction Enhancement for Robbery