University of Alberta
Paige Gratton is a 2L summer student with extensive experience participating, and coaching, in law moots.
Paige started her law career in 2021 by attending Robson Hall at the University of Manitoba. After her first year, she transferred to the University of Alberta to continue her Juris Doctor. In 2020, Paige obtained a Bachelor of Arts from MacEwan University majoring in sociology with a criminology specialization and a minor in psychology. Paige achieved recognition of her academic success by being awarded placement on the Dean's List from 2018 to 2020.
During her time at Robson Hall, Paige volunteered for Pro Bono Students Canada to create a research memo that focused on the rights of a marginalized community. At the University of Alberta, Paige has volunteered for Student Legal Services with a focus on civil matters. Paige also volunteered as a moot mentor, advising first-year students on their moot experience. Paige herself has participated in two moot competitions, the Mini Moot Competition at Robson Hall, where she was a finalist, and the Morrison LLP Family Law Moot at the University of Alberta. During her time at the University of Alberta, Paige is also an active member of the student groups the Women's Law Forum and Outlaws.
In her spare time, Paige enjoys thrifting, hiking and curling. After learning to curl at Robson Hall, Paige joined the Edmonton Lawyers League in 2022 to curl on a student team. Paige also enjoys travelling and spending time with her friends and family.