Paige joined chambers as a tenant after successful completion of pupillage in 2023.
Paige has experience acting on behalf of police forces making civil applications, such as those under the Sexual Offences Act 2003, and continues to gain experience across all areas of chambers’ police law practice. Paige is part of the Attorney General’s Junior Junior scheme and is also being led in an inquest into the death of British soldier, acting on behalf of the Ministry of Defence.
Prior to starting pupillage, Paige worked as an inquest paralegal in the North West working on cases on behalf of bereaved families. She also worked as a discrimination paralegal at Leigh Day solicitors assisting on cases covering complex areas of discrimination, human rights and employment law.
Paige has an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Liverpool (Distinction) and an LLB in International Law (first class). Paige achieved an Outstanding for completion of the Barrister Training Course in 2021 and is an Inner Temple Exhibition Award scholar.
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