Through her legal research and writing skills, Madeline is dedicated to finding innovative solutions to our client's problems. Drawing upon her well-rounded experience, she strives to provide efficient, helpful service to clients and senior attorneys. Madeline enjoys learning from supervising attorneys across all the practice areas the firm has to offer and is eager to develop her own practice.
Madeline was born and raised in Lubbock, Texas, where her family still lives. She earned her bachelor's degree from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, before moving to Fort Worth in 2020 to attend law school at Texas A&M. Outside of the firm, Madeline enjoys exploring Fort Worth with friends, traveling with her family, and playing with her dog Stanley.
Juris Doctor – Texas A&M School of Law, 2023
- Order of Barristers
- Texas A&M Traveling Moot Court Teams
- Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, Quarterfinalist & Oralist
- National Moot Court Competition (Region 10), Oralist
Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Affairs – Wake Forest University, 2020
Bar & Court Admissions & Certifications
State Bar of Texas, 2023
Professional Affiliations & Organizations
- Tarrant County Bar Association, Member
- Texas Aggie Bar Association, Member
Volunteerism & Community
Junior League of Fort Worth, Provisional Member
Representative Experience & Services
At McDonald Sanders, Madeline assists senior attorneys across several practice areas, providing help wherever needed. Previously, Madeline interned for Judge E. Lee Morris of the Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas and clerked for the Fort Worth Division of the Office of the Federal Public Defender. Madeline clerked for McDonald Sanders in early 2022.