Madeline received her JD from Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School in 2018 where her note proposing changes to New York’s invasion of privacy laws, In the Privacy of One’s Own Home: Does New York State Law Prevent Invasions of Privacy in the Home, was published in its Arts and Entertainment Law Journal. At Cardozo, Madeline was selected for the prestigious Holocaust Claims Practicum, interning at the Holocaust Claims Processing Office in New York where she researched, drafted, and submitted Holocaust restitution claims in English and French to foreign governments. She also was a research assistant to one of Cardozo’s family law professors, researching recent legal changes in courts’ recognition of parenthood. Madeline received her B.A. in French from New York University, graduating magna cum laude.
Prior to joining Chemtob Moss Forman & Beyda LLP, Madeline exclusively practiced matrimonial and family law.