Biography Overview

Madeline J. Kahn is a dedicated advocate for the rights of Georgia’s injured. She is passionate about fighting against corporate negligence, and greatly appreciates the opportunity to help those in need.

Madeline is an Indianapolis native who moved to Atlanta in 2009 to attend Emory University. She graduated in 2013 with a B.A. in Philosophy and a Minor in Spanish. She then attended Emory University School of Law, where she served as a staff writer for Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review. In 2016, she published an article exposing the human rights violations of transnational corporations, and the lack of domestic and international law governing corporate behavior overseas. She also served as volunteer coordinator for the Emory Public Interest Committee, organizing public service events for law school students. She spent two years working in the Barton Child Law and Policy Center, representing abused and neglected children, and working to reform agency and legislative policies in the state of Georgia. She graduated in 2016 with multiple Dean’s List distinctions.

After graduation, Madeline worked as a defense attorney for a prominent firm in Midtown Atlanta, where she gained valuable experience as a litigator. She knows what the other side is thinking and can use that knowledge to her clients’ advantage. As a Plaintiff’s attorney, she has single-handedly tried multiple cases in front of juries from across the Atlanta area. Her practice now focuses solely on premises liability cases, so that she can continue to hold corporations responsible for failing to protect those who keep them in business.

Madeline lives with her family in the downtown area of Decatur, Georgia. She enjoys seeing movies at Midtown Arts Cinema and playing the drums in a band on the weekends.