B.A., J.D.

EBL Family Law

Madison T. Dupuis is originally from Devon, Alberta, though she has called Calgary home for nearly a decade. She completed her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice at Mount Royal University in Calgary, during which time she regularly volunteered with the Calgary Drop-In Centre.

In 2016, Madison began her Juris Doctor at the University of Alberta. While in law school, Madison volunteered with the Student Legal Services’ Criminal Law Project and worked part-time at a firm in Edmonton, both positions providing her with meaningful experience as an advocate.

In 2019, after graduating from law school, Madison joined EBL Family Law as a student-at-law. She was called to the bar in August 2020 and transitioned into an associate position with EBL Family Law.

Madison solely practices family law. She has represented clients in Divorce and separation proceedings, parenting and child support disputes, child welfare proceedings and adoption proceedings. She has also acted as counsel for children in high custody disputes to ensure that children’s voices are heard, and their interests and entitlements protected in Court.

Madison recognizes the importance of obtaining legal relief while bearing in mind the costs associated with litigation. She is a strong proponent of mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution where possible and will canvas cost-efficient solutions with clients. If mediation is not possible, Madison will guide clients through the litigation process and defend her client’s interests before the Court or Arbitrator.

In her work, Madison has appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta–Family and Youth Division, the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, and in Masters Chambers, both in Calgary and the surrounding areas.

When not assisting clients with their legal issues, Madison can be found in her garden or exploring the Rocky Mountains with her dogs.


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