Madeline Buxton is a go-getter who dedicates the time necessary to understand clients’ corporate transactional needs and help them in their business pursuits.
Before joining Barnes & Thornburg full-time, Madeline was a summer associate and law clerk with the firm, where she learned the ins and outs of advising and representing corporate entities in their business pursuits.
While in law school, she was a law clerk with the University of Minnesota Office of General Counsel. In that role, she researched and analyzed legal issues involving contract enforceability, university patents and employment discrimination claims, and she drafted memoranda and other legal documentation.
While attending Colorado State University, Madeline was a public relations intern at a nonprofit and a campus beat reporter for her college newspaper where she conducted interviews, generated leads, and created written content.
Outside of her studies, she was a member and team captain of the university’s Division I women’s tennis team.
Professional and Community Involvement
Former student attorney, University of Minnesota Employment Law Clinic
Former volunteer, Asylum Law Project – The Advocates for Human Rights
Former volunteer, Street Law Program
Former executive board member and team representative, Colorado State University Student Athlete Advisory Committee
The Best Lawyers in America, Ones to Watch, 2024
Minnesota Justice Foundation Recognition for Public Service, 2019