Madeline Korber joined the Center for Medicare Advocacy in 2016. Madeline provides a variety of direct representation, administrative law, research, analysis and writing with a focus on issues related to our work, low-income and dually eligible Medicare beneficiaries and CT health policy matters
Madeline is a graduate of the UConn School of Law and the University of Rochester, where she earned her degree in public health. She interned for the CT Attorney General’s office at the UConn Health Center, the Center for Children’s Advocacy, the CT Legal Services Poverty Law Clinic, the CT Department of Health Legal Department, and the Collingham Child and Family Centre in London. She was a law clerk in Washington D.C. for the Department of Health and Human Services in the Office of Counsel to the Inspector General. She was a Research Assistant for the UCONN School of Law, the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. She also held a position as assistant to new patients at the Thiele Chiropractic Life Center. Madeline is committed to, and passionate about, public interest legal work and serving lower income communities. Madeline is a member of the Connecticut Bar.