“Paige represented our client who is vulnerable and the victim of acute domestic abuse at a recent hearing held by telephone under the COVID19 regulations. My assistant who attended the hearing with her immediately reported back saying, ‘I am so impressed by Paige. She’s clear, concise, thorough and honestly amazing!’ I would second that!”
Paige accepts instructions in all areas of family law. She joined chambers as a tenant in October 2020 following the successful completion of her pupillage.
During pupillage, Paige witnessed complex public law children work, private law children, child abduction and matrimonial finance matters under the supervision of Alicia Collinson, Mehvish Chaudhry and Simon Miller.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Paige worked as a paralegal at a London law firm where she managed a busy case load and dealt with vulnerable clients in care, private law children and international child abduction matters.
During the BPTC, she acted as student director of the BPP Family Legal Advice clinic and volunteered in several client-facing roles at the Citizens Advice Bureau, Free Representation Unit and Personal Support Unit. She spent two months in Texas as a caseworker assisting on appeals for death row inmates and maintains her commitment to pro bono work as a panel member for Advocate.
Paige has a keen interest in widening participation and is actively involved in mentoring young people from disadvantaged and underrepresented backgrounds. In her spare time, she is an avid violinist, pianist and choral singer.
Paige is a certified ADR-ODR civil-commercial mediator.
Paige accepts instructions in public law proceedings on behalf of Local Authorities, parents, Guardians and other family members. During pupillage, Paige was exposed to, and assisted with, complex care work concerning significant sexual abuse, emotional abuse, factitious illness allegations, physical abuse, chronic neglect and has observed international adoption proceedings.
Paige accepts instructions in all aspects of private law children proceedings. During pupillage, she assisted in private children cases concerning contact, residence and relocation and has experience dealing with vulnerable clients in cases involving allegations of domestic abuse.
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.
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.
Paige acted as junior counsel on behalf of the International Centre for Family Law, Policy and Practice in the Supreme Court.
Paige accepts instructions in all aspects of family finance proceedings, including applications pursuant to TOLATA 1996 and under Schedule of the Children Act 1989, matrimonial finance and enforcement.