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MassBar Bulletin: Member Updates

Thursday, June 16, 2022

Suffolk County

Bader Madison_skyviewMassachusetts Bar Association member Madison Bader has joined Todd & Weld LLP as an associate and will concentrate her practice on complex commercial litigation matters, including business and real estate litigation. Bader represents clients through all stages of litigation and arbitration proceedings, including pleadings, discovery, substantive motions, settlement negotiations, and court appearances for trial.

Prior to joining the firm, Bader was an associate at a Boston law firm where she concentrated on white-collar criminal defense as well as a variety of civil litigation cases. Before moving to private practice, she was an assistant district attorney for the Middlesex County District Attorney's Office.

Active in the legal community, she serves as secretary of the Federal Bar Association’s national Criminal Law Section, is a member of the Boston Bar Association’s Criminal Law Section Steering Committee, and is the Boston Bar Association’s liaison from the Young Lawyers Division to the Criminal Law Section.

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