Madison Condon is an Associate Professor at Boston University School of Law where she teaches Environmental Law and Corporations. Her research focuses on climate change and its relationship to corporate governance, market risk, and financial regulators. She was first a Legal Fellow, and then an Attorney, at the Institute for Policy Integrity from 2017-2020. Previously, she clerked for Judge Jane Kelly of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and was a fellow with the Earth Institute at Columbia University. Madison holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School, an M.A. in Law and Diplomacy from the Tufts Fletcher School, and a B.S. in Earth and Environmental Engineering from Columbia University.
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