Madaleine Gray


Madaleine Gray is an associate in the Nashville office of Lewis Brisbois. She advises clients on all aspects of data privacy and cybersecurity, and has experience drafting privacy policies and Terms of Service for startup companies. She has also prepared patent claim charts alleging infringement via data collection practices by companies such as Microsoft, Best Buy, and Yelp. In addition to her advisory work, Madaleine frequently writes and speaks on data privacy, cybercrime, and eDiscovery. Originally from Sydney, Australia, Madaleine served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Judge Barry R. Tidwell before joining Lewis Brisbois.

Primary Area(s) of Practice

  • Data Privacy & Cybersecurity


  • International Association of Privacy Professional
  • Middle Tennessee Lawyers Association of Women
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Nashville Bar Association

Awards & Honors

  • Law Student for Justice, Tennessee Supreme Court 2020
  • Young Lawyers Division Diversity Leadership Institute, Tennessee Bar Association, Class of 2020


Belmont University College of Law

Juris Doctor, 2017—2020

Tennessee State University

Bachelor of Science in Communications, 2013—2017


  • Data and Detention: Big Data and Location Information in Pretrial Services, Belmont Criminal Law Journal, 2019
  • State v. Angela Faye Daniel, Belmont Criminal Law Journal 2019