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Alexander Madrak

Attorney

Washington, D.C.
Direct: (202) 828-3599
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Admitted in Pennsylvania only. Currently practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members of the District of Columbia Bar.

Alexander Madrak is an attorney in the Immigration Practice Group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP’s Washington, D.C. office.

Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Mr. Madrak worked as a law clerk at the Immigrant and Employee Rights Section in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.  While at the Department of Justice, he investigated allegations of employment discrimination, including citizenship/immigration status discrimination, national origin discrimination, and retaliation.  Mr. Madrak also researched and drafted policy documents related to the intersection of immigration status and employment rights.  During law school, Mr. Madrak was a law student clerk in the Department of Labor’s Office of the Solicitor’s Philadelphia Regional Office.  He drafted legal memoranda and assisted in litigation, particularly for ERISA, wage and hour, and H-1B matters.

Before entering law school, Mr. Madrak volunteered for two years in the U.S. Peace Corps.  He served as a rural health volunteer in a small village in El Salvador.  He organized vocational workshops and youth initiatives.  Mr. Madrak also assisted in leading the Peace Corps’ President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) initiative, educating and training local medical personnel and village leaders in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases and viruses.

Admitted in Pennsylvania only. Currently practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members of the District of Columbia Bar.

Alexander Madrak is an attorney in the Immigration Practice Group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP’s Washington, D.C. office.

Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Mr. Madrak worked as a law clerk at the Immigrant and Employee Rights Section in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.  While at the Department of Justice, he investigated allegations of employment discrimination, including citizenship/immigration status discrimination, national origin discrimination, and retaliation.  Mr. Madrak also researched and drafted policy documents related to the intersection of immigration status and employment rights.  During law school, Mr. Madrak was a law student clerk in the Department of Labor’s Office of the Solicitor’s Philadelphia Regional Office.  He drafted legal memoranda and assisted in litigation, particularly for ERISA, wage and hour, and H-1B matters.

Before entering law school, Mr. Madrak volunteered for two years in the U.S. Peace Corps.  He served as a rural health volunteer in a small village in El Salvador.  He organized vocational workshops and youth initiatives.  Mr. Madrak also assisted in leading the Peace Corps’ President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) initiative, educating and training local medical personnel and village leaders in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases and viruses.

Education

  • J.D., Villanova University School of Law (2015)
    Walter Lucas Public Interest Fellowship Recipient

  • B.A., The George Washington University (2009)

Admissions

  • Admitted in Pennsylvania only. Currently practicing under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members of the District of Columbia Bar.

Courts

  • Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

Recognitions

  • Received the Assistant Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award from the Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice