Madison Mathis received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The College of William & Mary, graduating magna cum laude. She then went on to attend law school at George Mason Law School in Arlington, Virginia, where she participated in trial advocacy, going on to a White Collar Crime competition in the District of Columbia.
In addition to trial advocacy, she was a legal intern for Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities, a non-profit organization defending capacity in the D.C. area, and Bryan Law, PLC, a criminal defense attorney working in the Northern Virginia area. These internships gave her experience seeing people in need of a legal advocate and encouraged her to be a voice for those who need it most.
In Madison’s free time, she enjoys teaching herself how to play the guitar and exploring Chicago.