Paige C. Lewis

Paige is the firm’s administrator and senior paralegal. She is closely involved in the development and execution of our business strategy and is the director of human resources and case management practices. Paige is also developing our next generation of paralegal talent. She brings to Plaintiff Litigation Group a laser focus on client service and intimate knowledge of the business of law. Paige’s first job in the legal industry was at age 16, when she served as a file clerk for a family law firm. She originally thought she wanted to become a lawyer, but those who have worked closely with Paige know better than anyone that her experience and passion add as much value, if not more, to our cases and to our clients’ experiences as any lawyer’s. Like the rest of us, she brings a systemic lens to the work we do. In college, her senior paper was on the impact of 90s welfare cuts on food banks in Portland, Oregon.

Paige has volunteered in a confidential women’s domestic violence shelters. She supports several community organizations in her spare time.

Paige was born and raised in Portland and goes home frequently to visit her dad.

  • Paige has presented numerous times on paralegal practice, including a presentation at Seattle Community College.
  • Insurance Bad Faith
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Serious Injury and Wrongful Death
  • Discrimination and Retaliation
  • Portland State University – B.A., 1998, Sociology
  • Selected to Rising Stars list in Super Lawyers – Washington, 2016–present
  • Washington State Bar Association Supreme Court Pro Bono Publico Honor Role, 2016

Paige got her start in the legal profession at age 16, as a file clerk for a family law firm in Portland, Oregon. Then, for 21 years, Paige was a senior trial paralegal in Keller Rohrback LLP’s section for plaintiff tort litigation, where she worked on countless cases, including insurance bad faith, traumatic brain injury, wrongful death, employment discrimination, and sexual harassment cases. At Keller Rohrback, Paige participated and led in numerous firm initiatives, including implementation of trial presentation platforms, intra-firm focus groups, and paralegal “tech huddles.” She mentored many junior paralegals and associates through the years.

  • Washington State Association for Justice