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My guest today is Paige White, trial attorney for DiCello Levitt and Of Counsel for Ben Crump Law.
Before entering Temple University, Paige aspired to a glamorous life of singing, modeling, and dancing.  The childhood strain of her parents’ divorce instilled a rebellious spirit in Paige, but it was nevertheless her mother that would reveal her true path — in a rather unusual way.
After serving as a congressional intern in law school, Paige began her career as a public defender in Harlem, taking on a large workload of emotionally heavy cases.  The work held lessons of compassion, but also nurtured a sense that something is fundamentally wrong with the way law is enforced. 
Paige continued her public defender service in D.C., and was inspired by Ben Crump to begin work as a plaintiff’s attorney.  In 2022, she was named Young Lawyer of the Year by the D.C. Bar Association.
In this episode, we discuss what it feels like to free a man after years of imprisonment, why she believes the justice system is in dire need of an overhaul, and whether Paige is a future Supreme Court Justice.

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