Madeline Todd is an associate trial lawyer who focuses her practice defending corporations, individuals, and insurance companies involved in lawsuits throughout Illinois. Madeline focuses her practice on employment law and personal injury litigation. She is dedicated in advocating for her clients in every stage of litigation, having gained initial experience during law school.
Madeline graduated cum laude from Southern Illinois University School of Law and was on the champion moot court team and won Best Brief in the 2021 intramural moot court competition. As a member of the Moot Court Board, she honed her skills in oral and written advocacy. She was also a Note Editor on the SIU Law Journal. Her Note addressing the need for further criminal justice reform was selected for publication in 2022. Additionally, she was active in the Juvenile Justice Clinic where she served as guardian ad litem for minors who filed petitions in Jackson County, Illinois. In her personal time, Madeline is an avid marathoner and enjoys bowling with her husband.
Academic Honors and Activities
CALI award for “Advanced Appellate Advocacy”
Lincoln’s Inn Award