Madeleine studied German and Classics at the University of Edinburgh. On her year abroad in Berlin, Madeleine interned at Human Rights Watch in the Europe and Central Asia Division, conducting research on the refugee crisis, racially motivated attacks in Germany and suppression of dissent before the Baku European games. She researched laws on marital rape and domestic violence for the Women’s Rights Division and attended meetings with German MPs, briefing colleagues in English and German.
She completed the GDL and BPTC at City University. She won the City GDL Mooting Competition, with the final held in the Supreme Court, and was part of the team to reach the semi-final in the OUC/ICCA Mooting Competition.
Before pupillage, Madeleine was a paralegal on the Bindmans Grenfell Inquiry team. She also tutored GDL, LLB and BPTC students in criminal, contract and employment law. She previously worked as a senior employment tribunal caseworker at a Trade Union representing cleaners.
Madeleine has volunteered with the Free Representation Unit, Camden Community Law Centre and the Howard League for Penal Reform. Madeleine also taught debating in prisons with the Vocalise programme. She writes articles for the Justice Gap and edits content for the Network for Migration Matters.
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