Madison Urschatz

Phone: (204) 318-2680
Office: (204) 318-2688 ext. 203
Fax: (204) 477-6057

Practice Areas
Indigenous Law
Civil Litigation
Family Law

Madison is an articling student with Boudreau Law.  Madison obtained her Juris Doctor from Robson Hall, Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba in 2018.  Madison is particularly interested in Indigenous Law and while she attended the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law she worked as a Research Assistant focusing on Indigenous International Law and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Madison was also a part of the Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Moot team and conducted research to determine and negotiate compensation for Aboriginal and Treaty rights when they are infringed by pipeline projects in Canada.

During her time at Robson Hall, Madison volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and researched the rights of children in care seeking gender transitioning treatment as well as analyzed privacy policies, terms of service, and company contracts to determine ownership rights for precision agriculture machine data. These experiences provided Madison with the ability to give back to community while developing her legal research skills. adison is an articling student at Boudreau Law.


Juris Doctor, University of Manitoba, 2018.

Academic Distinctions:

Isbister Scholarship in Law, Highest Standing in Second Year. 2017.
Dean’s Honor List, Ranked in the top 10% of Second Year Law. 2017.
Mel Myers, Q.C. Award, Highest Standing in Administrative Law. 2017.
Hart Green Junior Prize, Highest Standing in Charter Issues in Criminal Law. 2017.
David and Myrna Bowman Prize, Highest Standing in Evidence. 2017.
D.A. Thompson, Q.C. Prize, Highest Standing in Family Law. 2017.
D.A. Thompson, Q.C. Prize, Highest Standing in Aboriginal Peoples and Land Claims. 2017.
D.A. Thompson, Q.C. Prize, Highest Standing in Contracts. 2014-2015.