Gibson Dunn adds financial partner Madalyn Miller to New York

January 19, 2022

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Madalyn Miller has joined the firm as a partner in the New York office. Miller, formerly at Clifford Chance US LLP, will continue her asset-backed finance practice, which focuses primarily on aviation finance, and will serve as co-chair of the transportation and space practice group.

“We are delighted to welcome Madalyn to Gibson Dunn,” said Barbara L. Becker, President and Managing Partner of Gibson Dunn. “Madalyn is a talented and respected lawyer whose proven experience in finance and securitization will further strengthen our premier global finance platform.

“Madalyn’s enthusiasm and passion for customer service makes her a great cultural fit for Gibson Dunn. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have Madalyn on our New York team as she embarks on the next chapter of her career,” said Aaron Adams, co-chairman of Gibson Dunn’s Global Finance Practice Group.

“I am thrilled to join Gibson Dunn, a firm whose reputation for excellence in lawyers and a true collaborative culture precedes it,” said Miller. “Gibson Dunn’s strong global platform will serve as a strong foundation from which to further develop my asset-backed finance practice. Market demand for complex securitizations will only increase in the coming years, making this an exciting time to be a finance professional.

About Madalyn Miller

Miller’s practice focuses on asset-backed financing, primarily involving transportation assets. She regularly advises financial investors, many of whom focus on the commercial aviation space, on matters such as securitizations, warehouse financings, term loan financings, acquisition financings, as well as asset acquisition transactions.

Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, Miller was a partner at Clifford Chance US LLP.

Miller is a 2011 graduate of Columbia Law School, where she served as Notes Editor for the Colombia Business Law Review.

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