Madeleine Brumley is a native of Lafayette, Louisiana. She graduated with a degree in Political Science and Gender Studies from Wellesley College in 2011 and obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Columbia Law School in 2016.
After graduating law school, she worked in-house for J.P. Morgan Chase in New York prior to moving home to work for the Laborde Earles Law Firm.
Her current work at Laborde Earles is focused on the opioid crisis — representing municipal and other local government entities, including parishes and law enforcement entities, in their claims against the pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioid pain medication.
Prior to joining Laborde Earles, Madeleine worked for Morgan Lewis & Bockius and JP Morgan Chase in New York, NY.
Madeleine is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association and the Lafayette Bar Association, where she served on the Moot Court Committee of the Young Lawyers Section. She is a current member of the 2016 cohort of New Leaders Council, Louisiana Chapter. Madeleine coaches youth volleyball, and serves on the Board of Directors for Lady Dems of Acadiana.