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Madeline Hurley

attorney madeline hurleyMadeline is originally from Rougemont, North Carolina. She graduated from Appalachian State University with a degree in Elementary Education. After graduating from Appalachian State, she went on to attend Campbell University School of Law. While at Campbell, Madeline focused her studies on advocacy and actively participated in pro bono service. She served on the Pro Bono Council as the Project Coordinator for the Education Law Pro Bono Project. Madeline received an Honors distinction for her work in Campbellā€™s Client Counseling course.

During law school, Madeline interned at the Supreme Court of North Carolina where she worked in the chambers of Justice Paul Newby. She also spent time at the North Carolina General Assembly as an intern to Senator Jim Davis and as a Government Relations Assistant at Ward and Smith, P.A. Madeline was a summer law clerk at the Mast Law Firm in Smithfield, North Carolina where she represented a client in a jury trial as first chair and successfully represented a client in small claims court on a landlord-tenant dispute. Madeline started as an intern at Marshall & Taylor PLLC and began work as a full time associate after graduating from Campbell and passing the North Carolina Bar Exam.

Madeline is an Active Member of the Junior League of Raleigh. She enjoys spending time with her family and her dog, Rascal Pete.