Madison Flowers

Madison is a 3L, Business Law Scholar, and Taxation LL.M. Candidate at Georgetown Law. She is the Competition Director of the Alternative Dispute Resolution division of the Barristers’ Council and a 3L Delegate for the Student Bat Association. She is formerly the Secretary of the Student Bar Association and the Treasurer and Events Coordinator for the Women’s Legal Alliance. She also serves as a research assistant for Professor Yael Cannon and as an Online Development Editor for the American Criminal Law Review. In Fall 2021, Madison is a student attorney in the Health Justice Alliance Clinic.

Madison spent her 2L summer as a Summer Associate at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in Palo Alto, CA working in the Executive Compensation & Benefits and Corporate Groups. She will return to Skadden Palo Alto as a First Year Associate in fall 2022.

During her 1L summer, Madison was a Legal Intern for CBS Network, and during her 2L Fall she externed for Common Sense Media Kids Action Network. Prior to law school, Madison worked as the Lab Manager for the Computation and Cognitive Development Lab at Yale University.

Madison graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College, where she was a preschool teacher and worked as a research assistant studying children’s imaginary companions and pretend play. She has presented much of her developmental psychology research at conferences across the country, including conferences for the Cognitive Science Society, the Society for Research in Child Development, and the Cognitive Development Society.

Madison was an intern in the NBC Sports Executive Office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the 2016 Summer Olympics. Madison grew up in New Canaan, CT and enjoys hot yoga, playing Catan, and most importantly, playing with her puppy, Bewdley!

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Wellesley College, B.A. magna cum laude in Psychology and American Studies, 2017

Georgetown Law, J.D., expected 2022

Georgetown Law, Taxation LL.M., expected 2023