Paige Palladino, Esq.

Paige Palladino, Esq.

Associate Attorney

About PAIGE

Paige is a transplant from New York who quickly fell in love with Colorado and its people. Prior to starting her legal career, Paige graduated from Brooklyn College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women and Gender Studies. Later, she earned her Juris Doctorate from the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law.

Throughout her time in law school, Paige worked with organizations such as the Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center and Colorado Legal Services where her work included advocating for victims of domestic violence and defending communities disproportionally impacted by the housing crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic. Just before graduating, Paige practiced as a student attorney in the Equality and Justice Practice Clinic at CUNY Law where she harnessed civil litigation skills while working on civil rights and employment related claims.

In working through a variety of sensitive issues with people from all walks of life, Paige always takes a trauma-informed approach to her practice to ensure that her client’s voice is heard. Regardless of the type of matter, Paige remains a zealous advocate for her clients and is deeply committed to supporting individuals who must navigate our complex legal system as they deal with life-changing events. As an attorney at Gendelman Klimas, Ltd., Paige looks forward to supporting and uplifting her clients when they need it most.

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