Ronald Madlock is a native of East Saint Louis, Illinois and a graduate of the Washington University School of Law. While at Washington University School of Law, Mr. Madlock earned a Juris Doctor and a certificate in Public Interest Law. As a law student, Ronald served as Sub-Regional Director and Director of the Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition for the Midwest Region Black Law Students Association (“MWBLSA”). Additionally, he served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Donald G. Wilkerson of the United States District Court of the Southern District of Illinois. He worked on several Section 1983 cases and personally wrote four judicial orders. Later in his law school career, Mr. Madlock served as a full-time legal intern for the Technology Law Programs Division (“TLPD”) in the Department of Homeland Security’s (“DHS”) Office of the General Council (“OGC”). He worked on a variety of legal matters in the areas of federal acquisitions, federal technology transfer, intellectual property, and contract law. Throughout Mr. Madlock’s law school career, he has continually supported economic and community development for the African-Americans by his participation in numerous community service projects.