Madeline W. Goralski
Fairfield University, B.A. 2013, magna cum laude; St. John’s University School of Law, J.D., 2016, cum laude
Originally from Queensbury, New York, Madeline is an Associate in the Construction, Commercial and Complex Litigation, and Corporate and Commercial Transactions practice groups. While in law school, Madeline served on the Editorial Board of the St. John’s Law Review as a Notes & Comments Editor and was a teaching assistant for the first year Legal Writing course. Madeline also interned in the Warren County District Attorney’s Office and was a Summer Associate at Couch White. Madeline was a recipient of the St. Thomas Moore Scholarship from St. John’s University School of Law.
New York State Courts
- Authored Let the Judge Speak: Reconsidering the Role of Rehabilitation in Federal Sentencing, 89 St. John’s L. Rev. 1283 (Winter 2015).
- Capital District Women’s Bar Association