Throughout law school, Madelyn devoted herself to the Detainee Rights Clinic, where she worked with non-citizens in the midst of removal proceedings. She also interned with the Hennepin County Family Law Court, the Anoka County Public Defenders’ Office, and the National Center for Youth Law. Her interest in working with youth and families, those most vulnerable to the criminal and immigration justice systems, led her to the IJC. She is exited to work with The Immigration Project’s unaccompanied children program.