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Madeleine Brumley Clavier is an Associate Attorney with The Wagstaff Law Firm. Prior to joining The Wagstaff Law Firm, Madeleine led the Mass Torts Department at a mid-sized firm, which specialized in personal injury and mass tort litigation. Madeleine began her career in mass torts working on litigation against the pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors of opioid pain medication for their role in perpetrating the opioid crisis. When she was tapped to lead the Mass Torts Department at her prior firm, Madeleine worked on products liability cases, including Roundup, and pharmaceutical torts, including: Zantac, Taxotere, and Xarelto. She has also represented both personal injury clients and governmental clients in the bankruptcy space, including in the Purdue and Mallinckrodt Bankruptcies.
Madeleine is a graduate of Columbia Law School. While in law school, she represented youth aging out of the foster care system as part of Columbia Law School's Adolescent Representation Clinic and interned at the New York City Law Department. She also worked with the National Lawyers Guild on a case aimed at protecting political activists from unwarranted surveillance and other illegal government interference. Prior to law school, Madeleine earned a BA in Political Science and Gender Studies from Wellesley College, where she was also the team captain of the Wellesley College Volleyball Team.
While not working on behalf of her clients, Madeleine enjoys spending time outdoors, coaching youth volleyball, and engaging in various volunteer and community activities.