Madeline represents investors and syndicators in structuring and closing real estate transactions that include low-income housing tax credits, government subsidies, and tax-exempt bonds. Prior to joining the firm in 2022, she focused her practice on legal issues related to the sale of residential real estate and gained significant experience with latent defects, construction defects, breaches of contract, fraud, and negligence.
Before law school, Madeline graduated summa cum laude from the University of Kentucky. While obtaining her J.D., Madeline was a member of the Criminal Law Society, Women’s Law Caucus, and the Student Bar Association, and she received awards for the Best Legal Writing Brief and Oral Argument. Madeline was also deeply involved in the Trial Advocacy Board, serving as the Competition Committee Chair of its Executive Board. During law school, she interned and externed with the Fayette Commonwealth Attorney’s Office in Lexington.
University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law, J.D., 2020
University of Kentucky, B.A., English Major, Psychology Minor, 2017, summa cum laude
CALI Excellence for the Future Top Grade Award: Federal Criminal Law
CALI Excellence for the Future Top Grade Award: Children and the Law
Best Appellee Brief, Rutledge Legal Research and Writing Class
Best Appellee Oral Argument, Rutledge Legal Research and Writing Class
Provost Scholarship Recipient, University of Kentucky
Kentucky Bar Association
2L Competition Committee Chair, Executive Committee, University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law (2019)
Criminal Law Society, Member
Women’s Law Caucus, Member
If/When/How, Vice President (2019)