Page Law, PLLC
Amanda is attorney and owner of Page Law, PLLC. She started the firm in 2013 with a mission to provide holistic counseling and advocacy to empower clients to move toward a financially secure future. She aims to use each client interaction as an opportunity to provide empowerment and resources.
"I view my firm as a catalyst to provide an environment for my clients to regain control of their lives," Amanda says.
Amanda is actively involved in the Oakland County Bar Association as chair of the Peoples Access to Legal Services Committee and the Oakland County Bar Association's liaison. In addition, she has been a speaker at the OCBA, "Hanging Out Your Shingle" seminar where she presented a road map for attorneys wanting to open their own firm. Amanda has been a speaker at the OCBA Youth Law Day. She is a board member for the Great Lakes Agricultural Fair, a nonprofit organization that advocates for the importance of agriculture in Michigan. Amanda has spent the past six years as a mentor to a young girl; one of the most fulfilling contributions she says she's ever been involved in.
Amanda received her undergraduate from Michigan State University and her law degree from University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. She was recognized by the Oakland County Bar Association for Committee of the Year and for Outstanding Dedication in 2014.
The information presented here was accurate as of January 1, 2015.