Madhav Shroff is a Litigation Associate with a wealth of knowledge in the biomedical sciences field. Prior to attending law school, he earned a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences, a master’s degree in biomedical sciences and worked as a medical researcher at three academic institutions. He graduated cum laude from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law and concurrently obtained a master’s degree in Public Service from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service where he conducted field service projects in Arkansas and Sri Lanka that focused on meeting the needs of critically-ill pediatric patients, identifying the issues of an aging population and creating alternative dispute resolutions for those in debt.
- Drafts motions and briefs in the defense of tort actions.
- Propounds discovery requests and drafts corresponding responses to advance the interests of clients.
- Researches complex legal issues that arise during the course of litigation.
- Assists in litigation regarding matters relating to medical malpractice, products liability, and insurance defense.
- As a researcher, elucidated a pathway, such that cancer antigens could be amplified for an immune response.
- Identified markers and causation factors for colorectal cancer.
- Mapped the genome of a novel bacteriophage using computational biology techniques.
- Served as a City Year AmeriCorps member and Team Leader, teaching and mentoring students at J.A. Fair High School in Little Rock.
- Inaugural Member, Arkansas Bar Association Public Service Academy (2019-2020)
- Dean’s Certificate of Distinguished Public Service, UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law (2019)
- Graduate, Junior League’s Nonprofit Board Institute (2018)
- Arkansas Bar Association
- City Year Red Jacket Ball Committee
- AmeriCorps Alums – Little Rock Chapter
- Associate Research Editor, UA Little Rock Law Review
- President, Clinton School of Public Service Student Government
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