Madison Condon is Policy Integrity’s current Legal Fellow. Prior to joining NYU, she was a fellow with the Earth Institute at Columbia University where her research focused on environmental risk and disclosure. Madison clerked for Judge Jane Kelly of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, served as a Water Security Fellow at Harvard University, and consulted the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development on carbon regulation and international trade law. Madison received a JD from Harvard Law School, an MA in Law and Diplomacy from the Tufts Fletcher School, and a BS in Earth and Environmental Engineering from Columbia University. She was also a Fulbright Fellow to the Netherlands.
Brief of Amicus Curiae, Institute for Policy Integrity at New York University School of Law in Bauer v. Devos – D.C. District Court, 2017
Brief of Amicus Curiae, Institute for Policy Integrity at New York University School of Law in Air Alliance Houston v. Environmental Protection Agency – D.C. District Court, 2017
Comments on Religious Exemption Rule and Contraception — December 2017
Comments on Delay of Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule — September 2017
Good Neighbor Agreements, Transparency, and Citizen Science, Natural Resources & Environment, ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Publication, Fall 2017.
“Environmental Disclosure,” Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Law: The Year in Review 2016, American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, (Contributor).
The Integration Of Environmental Law Into International Investment Treaties And Trade Agreements: Negotiation Process And The Legalization Of Commitments, Virginia Journal of Environmental Law, 2015.
Border Carbon Adjustment and International Trade: A Literature Review, OECD Trade and Environment Working Papers, 2013, with Ada Ignaciuk.
“Pesticide Risk Indicators: Unidentified inert ingredients compromise their integrity and utility,” 45 Environmental Management, 2009, with Michael Surgan and Caroline Cox.