Madison A. Webster represents and advises California school districts, county offices of education, and community college districts in various aspects of education law and employment law. She handles a wide variety of matters that involve contract enforcement and collective bargaining, discrimination and harassment, school board governance, charter schools, employee performance and evaluation, certificated and classified discipline and dismissal, investigations, Public Records Act requests, student discipline, and technology.

Ms. Webster’s legal practice is informed by a depth of knowledge of the education sphere. While attending Georgetown University, she served as a student teacher in four elementary school classrooms. In addition, she served as a tutor for the organization DC Reads, where she provided reading and writing support services to students in high-need school districts in the Washington, DC area. Ms. Webster also interned with the Communications and Policy Department of the Children’s Defense Fund, a non-profit agency that advocates for policy changes at the state and federal level to improve child welfare and public education systems.

During law school, Ms. Webster worked in the Conciliation and Mediation Assistance Clinic through the Loyola Center for Conflict Resolution, where she conciliated matters related to landlord-tenant disputes, family law, consumer debt, and personal injury.

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J.D., Loyola Law School
B.A., Georgetown University


  • 2021, California


  • Spanish
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