Paige Campbell

Call: 2018

“Paige Campbell’s attention to detail and preparation is excellent. Her advocacy is second to none and I have been especially impressed with Paige’s composure and presence of mind in dealing with totally intransigent opposition. Her unflappable and persuasive statement of her clients’ cases has achieved compromise and progress in seemingly intractable situations. Paige’s clear and pragmatic advice is easy for clients to follow and sensitive to practical realities of their situation. This has paid dividends in the cases in which I have instructed Paige and I would not hesitate to instruct her again in relation to my most challenging cases.”
Solicitor - Furley Page

Paige is an award-winning barrister having received the ‘highly commended’ award in the Young Barrister of the Year Category in 2021 and 2023. She was also ‘highly commended’ in the Case of the Year category at the Family Law Awards in 2021 where she was led as a junior in the Supreme Court case of G v G [2021] UKSC 9. Accordingly, Paige is experienced acting alone and as junior counsel.

Paige specialises in all aspects of child law, both private and public as well as international. Paige has experience acting on behalf of clients at all stages of proceedings including in complex, multi-day fact-finding hearings, final hearings and in international cases in the High Court.

Paige adopts a pragmatic approach tailored to each of her client’s needs utilising her skill for negotiation and clear, composed and empathetic advocacy at appropriate times. Paige is also a certified ADR-ODR civil-commercial mediator.

In addition to her court work, Paige has a keen interest in widening participation and is actively involved in mentoring, and giving talks to, young people from disadvantaged and underrepresented backgrounds and sits as a trustee for an education charity. Paige is currently a member of the South-Eastern Circuit executive committee. In her spare time, she is a violinist, pianist and choral singer.

To instruct Paige or for more information…

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Practice Areas

Paige has a rapidly growing private law practice in which she acts on behalf of applicants, respondents and Rule 16.4 Guardians. Paige has experience handling cases involving intractable disputes in respect of child arrangements, parental alienation and allegations of domestic, sexual and physical abuse.

Paige has expertise in cases with an international element and in particular has acted on behalf of applicants and respondents in international and domestic relocation cases.

Paige undertakes cases at every stage of child abduction proceedings pursuant to the Hague Convention and Brussels II revised.  She also has experience in applications in relation to stranded spouse cases and forced marriage protection orders.

Notable International Family Law cases

G (A Child) [2020] EWCA Civ 1185

Paige, led by James Turner QC and Mehvish Chaudhry, represented the International Centre for Family Law, Policy and Practice in proceedings concerning the complex interplay of asylum law and international child abduction.

G v G [2021] UKSC 9

Paige acted as junior counsel on behalf of the International Centre for Family Law, Policy and Practice in the Supreme Court.

Paige has a particular interest in modern family structures including, but not limited to, the intersection between fertility law and family law. She is currently expanding her practice in this area.

Paige accepts instructions in public law proceedings on behalf of Local Authorities, parents, Guardians and other family members. Paige has experience handling complex care work concerning significant sexual abuse, emotional abuse, factitious illness allegations, physical abuse and chronic neglect.

Paige has recently assisted in the drafting of the Public Law Working Group’s report for Best Practice in respect of Adoption (including international adoption).

Notable Public Law Children cases

Y (a child) & Anor [2023] EWFC 63

Final hearing in care proceedings concerning 2 children, primarily related to M’s response to the younger child’s complex health needs.


What the directories say

“Paige is a truly excellent junior who is a pleasure to work with. She puts clients at ease, preps well and is always on top of her brief. She is no nonsense with difficult opponents. Her written work is brilliant. Nothing seems to phase her. The clients adore her and trust her implicitly.”
Wendy Ramus, Solicitor - Dawson Cornwall

“From the start Paige was very approachable, helpful and pragmatic with her advice. She was a very reassuring presence for the client and put his case across confidently. Paige took the time after the hearing to follow up on the case, showing her dedication to clients and her work. Overall, I am really impressed with Paige’s approach and will definitely be instructing again!”
Emily Hughes, Solicitor - RWK Goodman

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