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Paige represents clients in complex commercial litigation.

From a young age, Paige harbored a fascination with the law and the pivotal role attorneys play in shaping people’s lives. This interest led her to law school, where she served in the Restraining Order and Survivor Advocacy Clinic, providing assistance to survivors of domestic abuse. The experience was an opportunity to see firsthand the impact legal representation could have.

As a summer associate at Husch Blackwell, Paige assisted with a variety of litigation matters, including product liability, premises liability, and labor and employment cases. She reveled in the opportunity to explore such different practice areas and chose to focus her career on commercial litigation, where she could represent clients from diverse industries in a wide variety of cases.

Paige’s ability to break down complex laws into understandable segments make her an invaluable asset to the team. Peers and clients alike often speak of Paige’s ability to balance professionalism with a genuine, approachable demeanor. She’s known for her excellent listening skills, collaborative nature, and ability to synthesize different viewpoints to find unique resolutions.



  • J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School
    • magna cum laude
    • Order of the Coif
    • Wisconsin International Law Journal, Senior Note and Comment Editor
  • B.A., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
    • summa cum laude


  • Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • State Bar of Wisconsin
Outside the Office

Paige loves the outdoors: you can often find her hiking or kayaking, and she visits as many national parks as she can. So far, she’s made it to Grand Canyon, Saguaro, Acadia, and Glacier. She’s also a swimmer who’s part of Milwaukee’s U.S. Master’s swim team.

Indoors, Paige enjoys experimenting with new recipes, watching NFL football (especially if the Packers or Saints are playing), and completing jigsaw and crossword puzzles.