Madison Doughty graduated summa cum laude from the University of Central Oklahoma with a B.A. in English. During her time in school, she was involved in many student organizations, including the English Graduate Organization and the English Society. Madison served as Secretary for her sorority, Sigma Phi Lambda, and she was active in the University of Central Oklahoma Student Association, in which she served as an Off-Campus Senator, Vice-Chair for the Accountability, Reform, and Transparency Committee, and a member of the Supreme Court.
While completing her undergraduate degree, Madison received multiple academic awards and presented her research three times at national conferences: twice at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research and once at the Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association. She also held many jobs, including working for her university as an English Leader and Writing Tutor and as a Supplemental Instructor for multiple classes in her department.
In her first year of law school, Madison made the Dean’s List and Faculty Honor Roll. She also received a CALI Award for Legal Research and Writing II. Madison spent her summer working in OKC as an intern for McAfee & Taft. During her second year, Madison worked as an Academic Fellow and was a member of the Oklahoma City Law Review and the Constance Baker Motley Mock Trial Team, which took first place at the southwest regional competition. She also worked in the Civil Rights Enforcement Unit at the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office and received the CALI Award for International Law. Over the summer she interned at Spencer Fane. Now in her third year, Madison is currently working as an intern at Sweet Law and is clerking for Judge Bacharach at the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.