Madison is currently completing her Bachelor of Psychological Science and Bachelor of Criminology at Griffith University.
Prior to joining the legal profession, Madison has had ample experience with various government programs for chronic mental health illnesses, substance dependency and had extensive history helping trauma survivors heal. She spent most of her early career as a Parole Officer and excelled through various roles in the criminal justice system. She also spent a period of time caring for disabled youth/elderly and case managing complex behaviour.
Madison predominately works in the area of Historical Institutional Abuse and takes pride in providing an empathetic and informed approach with legal processes, in the hope to make the process retributive and healing, rather than daunting.