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Madison Biggs – Attorney

“I’m a Nashville Defender because I believe a person’s worth can’t be measured by their income.”

Meet the Defenders

Growing up on the outskirts of Nashville, Madison attended Middle Tennessee State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a focus in Arabic Studies. He then worked as a circuit criminal clerk for two years. While attending Belmont University College of Law, Madison chaired the boards of the Black Law Students Association, Belmont Legal Aid Society, and the American Constitution Society. During his summers, Madison interned for the Tennessee Justice Center – helping dozens of low-income Tennesseans obtain healthcare – the district attorney’s office, and finally found his home at the Nashville Defender’s Office. In this free time, he enjoys spending time with his dogs, fishing, and hiking.