Professional Background and Accomplishments
Ms. Romine graduated from Arizona State University, cum laude, in 2016, with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism (and a minor in European History). Ms. Romine received her J.D. from Belmont University and served as the Digital Editor for the Belmont Entertainment Law Journal. She published her article “Quarterbacks and Car Dealerships: The Fight For Control of Student-Athletes’ Names and Likeness Rights” in the Journal in Spring 2021.
Ms. Romine is already an experienced trial lawyer, going to trial and helping to win a unanimous half million-dollar jury verdict for the firm’s client within her first month at Booth LLP. Ms. Romine is accomplished in motion practice and has obtained favorable results on early resolution motions and in discovery dispute motions.
Focuses of Ms. Romine’s practice include transportation, construction defect, personal injury, employment, and real property. Ms. Romine has represented individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies.
Before joining Booth LLP, Ms. Romine externed for the Honorable Justice Brian M. Hoffstadt of Division 2 of the Second District of the California Court of Appeal, where she worked on a variety of civil and criminal appeals. She also interned at a boutique criminal defense firm in Nashville, Tennessee, focusing on client interviews, discovery, and trial preparation. Prior to law school, she worked as a production assistant for the Los Angeles Kings, shooting and editing videos for social media, the Kings’ website, and in-game entertainment at Staples Center. Madison also enjoys live music, Dodger baseball, and hanging out with her St. Berdoodle, Beverly.