Paige Orgel always knew she wanted to find a career that would allow her to help others and make a difference in her community. Growing up in North Carolina, she quickly developed an interest in both law and politics and felt drawn to the idea of studying both to help broaden her view of the world around her. When she left for college at North Carolina State University, she decided to study philosophy with a concentration in ethics. This helped her develop a fundamental understanding of justice and doing what's right — and became instrumental in her eventual choice to enter law school. After graduating from North Carolina State University summa cum laude, and receiving awards and recognition for her community service and excellent student record, Paige was accepted into Wake Forest University School of Law where she could begin her journey toward becoming a licensed attorney. During her time in law school, she served as an editor for the Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy, and president of the Women in Law organization. She also served as Pro Bono State Liason, and North Carolina Bar Liason where she earned valuable experience learning from of the best and brightest legal minds. During her time in law school, Paige was also awarded the Rose Providential Scholarship, an academic award that recognizes outstanding contributions to scholarship and philanthropy.
Getting to know my clients and their personal needs is my favorite part of the job. I’m here to help make sure you’re taken care of.