Madison Lupino focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation matters and internal investigations with experience in drafting pleadings, motions and discovery requests and responses in bankruptcy matters. She has represented clients across a wide array of industries including healthcare and financial services.
While in law school, Madison was a student-attorney at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, member of the black law students association, member on the sports and entertainment committee, technical and submissions editor for Harvard Negotiation Law Review and also graduated with 1,000 hours of pro bono work, which included representing clients in various family law proceedings.
Harvard Law School, JD, 2019
University of Miami, BA, cum laude, 2016
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