Madison represents clients in a wide variety of industries including aerospace, manufacturing, technology, cannabis, hospitality, and healthcare. She really enjoys working with her clients and learning their businesses from the inside out – often taking great inspiration from the many risk-taking entrepreneurs she counsels as a business attorney.
Prior to practicing law, Madison was an elementary school teacher in Memphis, Tennessee with Teach for America. During law school, Madison spent a semester at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy studying international trade law, European Union antitrust law, and European Union private international law.
Always looking to broaden her horizons, Madison is on the board of directors of a local charter school, and she has taught as an adjunct professor at the Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. She enjoys dog-friendly restaurants, yoga and wanderlust, always choosing to go somewhere she has never been before. Next up: Cuba.