Paige joined Leigh Day as a paralegal in the employment and discrimination department in January 2020.
She works in Ryan Bradshaw’s team and she is currently working on a group claim against the Department for Work and Pensions for disability discrimination in addition to assisting Ryan with various employment related disputes.
In addition to her work at Leigh Day, Paige is also Co-Chair of Young Legal Aid Lawyers, an organisation committed to promoting access to justice.
Before joining Leigh Day, Paige was a paralegal at a legal aid law firm in the North West. She has spent time volunteering in Kenya with an international NGO. Paige also volunteered at a number of legal advice centres as a Student Adviser while completing her undergraduate and master’s degrees.
Paige graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2018 with a Distinction in International Human Rights Law (LLM).
She completed her LLB in International Law at Nottingham Trent University in 2017 with a 1st Class which included a year of study at the University of Valencia.