Growing up in a small North Carolina town, Madison realized at an early age that she wanted to become an attorney. Mature beyond her years, she realized that individuals in her community did not have much knowledge of or access to the legal system. She was determined to become the first person in her family to become a lawyer so she could educate people about their legal rights. Over the years, her determination never wavered. In fact, it only became stronger when she received the opportunity to work in the Workers’ Compensation Department at the University of North Carolina – Charlotte as an undergraduate student. In this role, she was able to assist the University on a wide array of Workers’ Compensation cases while also developing strategies for the University to reduce the amount of employment injuries on campus. Madison continues to bring the same passion to the firm’s workers’ compensation practice.

Obviously, to accomplish her lifelong goal of becoming an attorney, Madison had to graduate from law school first. Not surprisingly, she excelled at North Carolina Central University School of Law where she graduated magna cum laude. She was a Dean’s List student, a legal writing tutor, a member of the Women’s Law Caucus, Editor of the Environmental Law Review, and received the 2020-2021 NCCU School of Law Book Award for the highest grade in legal research & analysis. During law school, Madison worked as a Summer Associate for a North Carolina law firm one summer and as a Summer Associate for Intel Corporation during another.

In her spare time, Madison enjoys being with her friends and family, attending church, and shopping. She also likes to travel with her favorite destination being Miami Beach or any other beach for that matter. And here is a fun fact – Madison gets a kick from making clothes and other household items on her sewing machine.



North Carolina Central University School of Law:

  • Dean’s List 2020-2023
  • Book Award for Highest Grade in Legal Research & Analysis 2020-2021