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Madison Adler

Madison Adler

Madison Adler is a law clerk who focuses on a wide array of personal injury matters, including motor vehicle accidents, nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, and general negligence. Since joining the firm in May 2022, Madison has assisted on an array of complex matters, and has played an integral role in successfully resolving several cases. Madison prides herself on her legal research and writing skills, and has excelled at learning new areas of law.

In the Spring of 2023, Madison took a brief leave of absence to intern at the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, where she gained valuable insights into the world of civil litigation at the highest level.

Madison is currently pursing her Juris Doctor at New England Law | Boston, where she is ranked in the top 5% of her class. She is a two time recipient of the New England Scholar Award, and a member of the Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Honors Program. She also serves as an editor for the New England Law Review. Madison’s commitment to excellence in all areas of the firm’s practice resulted in Colucci, Colucci & Marcus’s invitation to join as an attorney following her graduation in 2024.

Madison completed her undergraduate studies at Babson College, where earned a Bachelor of Science in business management, and was a member of the field hockey team.

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