Madison Shaner


Madison (Maddie) Shaner joined Milgrom & Daskam as an Associate in 2019. Her practice focuses on corporate and real estate transactions. Prior to joining Milgrom & Daskam, Maddie was an associate at Tyson, Gurney & Hovey, LLC where she conducted oil and gas title examination and assisted in drafting drilling and division order title opinions for upstream oil and gas clients.

Maddie attended the University of Colorado Law School. During her time at CU, she worked as a teaching assistant for the first year legal writing program and served on the Board of Editors of the University of Colorado Law Review. She also served as a judicial intern for the 20th Judicial District, worked for a small Denver law firm, and interned with the Boulder District Attorney’s Office. These experiences helped Maddie hone her legal research, drafting, and decision-making skills while giving her insight into a variety of challenges involved in complex business and real estate transactions. In particular, Maddie assisted in drafting amendments to corporate bylaws and real estate development disclosures.

Maddie has a deep passion for serving her community, with a particular focus on education-based initiatives. After graduating from college, she spent two years teaching at a Title I school in Denver through the Teach for America program. During law school, Maddie participated in the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project teaching constitutional law and oral advocacy skills to high school students.

Maddie is a Colorado native. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking, and cheering on the Broncos.


Drafting Amendments to Corporate Bylaws

Business Transactions

Real Estate Development Disclosures


Real Estate Law

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