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practice on energy and telecommunications, governmentrelations, and administrative law (including oil and gas, utilities andenvironmental law).Her
agency practice involves appearances before and appeals from the State Corporation
Commission, the Virginia Racing Commission
and the Board of Cosmetology, as well as other local and state agencies in permitting and informal agency matters.Paige
heads the firm's legislative practice and provides a range of legal services to her
clients, from planning and implementing legislative strategies to negotiation, litigation support and assistance with corporate formation and maintenance. Prior to joining the firm, she was special counsel in the Virginia Governor's Office where she worked with and advised agencies on behalf of the Governor's Office in the areas of Natural Resources and Transportation.Paige
worked closely with members of the General Assembly and agencies on legislative issues and assisted with the development of the Governor's
legislative package.As counsel to the U.S. House Committee on Commerce
focused on House procedure and committee jurisdiction, working in a variety of substantive areas to address procedural issues.Paige
is licensed to practice in Virginia and North Carolina.In 1995, she received her J.D. from the University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law, where she was president of the Client Counseling and Negotiation Board and Chief Justice of the Honor Court.Paige received her B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in May 1989.The Virginia Code Commission appointed Paige as Vice-Chair of the Commission's Administrative Law Advisory Committee (ALAC), where she chairs a subcommittee studying the exemptions to Virginia's Administrative Process Act (APA) and sits on subcommittees studying central-panel Administrative Law Judge systems, appeals of state agency decisions and the appointment of hearing officers in special education administrative cases. Paige
organized a panel to address "Restructuring, Competition and Long Range Planning in the Energy Industry" at the 2003 National Regulatory Conference.She
appeared on a panel at Virginia's 2003 Administrative Law Judge conference to discuss ways to improve the hearing process. Paige
participated in organizing Virginia's Annual Administrative Law Conference in 2001, 2002 and in 2003.For the 2003 conference, Paige
moderated a panel that discussed Virginia's Joint Commission on Administrative Rules; in 2002, she
moderated a panel on lessons Virginia can learn from reforms in other states.She
also wrote an article for the VBA Journal
, "Recodification of the Virginia Administrative Process Act: Highlights and Comparable Sections."Paige was appointed to the Virginia Recycling Markets Development Council in 2001.She sits on the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee, and its Policy and Issues Development subcommittee.She is a member of the Air and Waste Management Association, the Federalist Society, the Virginia Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Richmond City Bar, and the Metro Richmond Women's Bar.
For the Richmond Women's Bar
participated in organizing and developing questions for the debate between the 2001 candidates for the Office of Attorney General.Paige
completed the University of Virginia's Thomas C. Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership
in December 2000 and remains active with the Institute.
Paige volunteers with the Pro Bono Hotline program sponsored by the Virginia Bar Association
(VBA) and the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society
, and works with the pro bono committee for the Metro Richmond Women's Bar Association
supports a local charity group, the Young People's Community Choir, and mentors one of the children in the Choir.