At Buchanan Ingersoll, A Lawyer Finds Her Identity

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Paul Madden, a commercial litigator at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, is a board member for the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund. This month, Madden changed her name to Maryellen Madden, her latest step in transitioning from a man to a woman.

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  • Jenna Chaplin

    It is so good to hear that you have become your true self. And good to see the story being shared so widely (I first read this on Facebook). Congratulations and best wishes for the future.

  • Ben Abney

    I just heard about this from Mike Tanchum. I applaud your courage and wish you all the best.

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