Madeline G. Landry has served as Of Counsel to Law Office of Daniel H. Galindo since 2021.  Madeline represents employees in matters of race, national origin, sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, disability, and gender discrimination, and cases of sexual and racial harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination.

Ms. Landry brings a distinctly human and deeply empathetic approach to her practice.  She advocates for all bodies in her commitment to civil rights and her dedication to the underserved.

Prior to serving Of Counsel the Law Office of Daniel H. Galindo, Ms. Landry worked with the State Bar of California as a Senior Program Analyst for the Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services.  During her time at the State Bar, Ms. Landry laid the groundwork for California’s Paraprofessional Licensing Program with the aim of improving Californians’ access to legal services.  Ms. Landry’s work in this area drove the development of California’s Provisional Licensing Program, adopted by the California Supreme Court in 2020.  Ms. Landry’s policy recommendations for possible regulatory changes to California’s legal structure continue to support the State Bar in its goals to reduce the California Justice Gap.

Ms. Landry received her Juris Doctor degree from UC Hastings Law, where she was a member the nationally recognized UC Hasting Law Moot Court Program, senior editor of Hastings Business Law Journal, and a dedicated teaching assistant.  She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Bates College in Maine, with a degree in French Language and Religious Studies.

In her free time, Ms. Landry teaches Baptiste Yoga and explores the California coastline.