Paige graduated from Thompson Rivers University as the recipient of the Law Society of British Columbia Gold Medal.
Known for her deep commitment to the TRU Law community, Paige dedicated much of her time to student initiatives and mentorship. Paige has volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, served as Co-Chair of the Society of Law Students Legal Conference, and was an executive of the TRU Pan-Asian Law Students Society. She was a teaching assistant in the first-year course “Legislation, Administration and Policy” and acted as a research assistant to a business law professor. Paige was awarded Dean’s Course Prizes in Civil Procedure and Insurance Law and was a Dean’s List recipient. In her final year, Paige represented TRU Law at the Wilson Moot and was an editor of the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law. After articling, she will be clerking at the BC Supreme Court.
Prior to beginning law school, she worked extensively in the customer service industry and at a medical-legal company assisting clients with personal injury litigation.
Outside of work, Paige enjoys cultivating her culinary skills, trying new restaurants with friends, and cheering for the Seahawks.