Madison joined Gideon, Essary, Tardio & Carter in 2021. She graduated from Gardner-Webb University cum laude in 2017 and from Belmont University College of Law cum laude in 2021. In law school, Madison competed on Belmont’s Moot Court team as a member of the Board of Advocates and served as the Executive Symposium Editor for the Belmont Law Review Journal. Prior to joining GETC, Madison had the privilege of working as a student clerk for Williamson County Circuit Court Judge Joesph Woodruff and interning with the Tennessee Attorney General, Healthcare Division. Madison’s practice focuses on defending doctors, nurses, and hospitals in health care liability matters. Madison lives in Nashville with her fiancé Andy. In their spare time, they enjoy going to the park with their dog, Bailey, and watching performances at TPAC.
- Gardner-Webb University, B.A., cum laude, 2017
- Belmont University College of law, J.D., cum laude, 2021
Student Note, Denying Affordable Access to Contraceptives in the Name of Accommodating Religion, 8 Belmont Law Review Journal 227 (2020).