Biography

Madeline Hurley enjoys providing clients with peace of mind knowing they can count on her advocacy. The relationships she builds with clients are one of her favorite parts about practicing law.

Between her junior and senior years of college, she shadowed a family friend who is a lobbyist at the North Carolina General Assembly. This experience sparked her passion for advocacy, ultimately leading her to pursue a career as an attorney.

During law school, Madeline was a Richard A. Lord Moot Court Competition octofinalist and received a merit scholarship. Prior to joining the firm, she served as an intern for Senator Jim Davis at the North Carolina General Assembly and Justice Paul Newby at the North Carolina Supreme Court.

Giving back to her community is important to Madeline. She is an active member of the Junior League of Raleigh and the Kappa Delta Triangle Alumnae Chapter.

When not practicing law, Madeline enjoys spending time with her family and playing with her black lab. A graduate of Appalachian State University, she visits Boone for hiking excursions whenever given the opportunity.

Experience and Involvement

PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT:

  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Wake County Bar Association
  • Junior League of Raleigh
  • Kappa Delta Triangle Alumnae Chapter
Honors

HONORS:

  • Merit Scholarship recipient
  • Richard A. Lord Moot Court Competition octofinalist