Paige S. Anderson

Ms. Anderson is Of Counsel to the firm.

Prior to co-founding Pinnisi & Anderson, Ms. Anderson was one of the charter instructors in the highly-acclaimed Legal Methods program of the Cornell Law School. Through that program she provided detailed and personalized instruction regarding assemblage of legal arguments, thorough legal research, precise legal drafting, and effective oral argumentation.

Ms. Anderson served in this capacity and as an instructor in the Trial Advocacy program with distinction for several years, respected by her peers on the faculty and appreciated by her students. This was reflected in part in her selection by the U.S. Olympic Committee to be a carrier of the Olympic torch as an “Inspirational American” for the 2002 winter games in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Before joining the Cornell Law faculty, Ms. Anderson practiced in a quality boutique firm in Ithaca, New York, where she handled a wide range of civil and criminal cases. Subject matters of her cases included the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, university tenure and academic integrity matters, torts, employment discrimination, and state and federal criminal defense, at the trial and appellate levels.

Ms. Anderson is an honor graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles and of Cornell Law School.

Ms. Anderson provides administrative and consulting services for the firm.

University of California at Los Angeles
B.A. cum laude 1989

Cornell Law School
J.D. 1992

Clinical Professor of Law, Cornell Law School, 1998-2005
Offered instruction in legal research, writing and other practice methods.

Litigation Associate, LoPinto, Schlather, Solomon & Salk, Ithaca, NY, 1992-1998
Handled civil and criminal cases in local and New York State courts at the trial and appellate level.

Bar Admissions:

  • New York State
  • United States District Court, Northern District of New York
  • United States District Court, Western District of New York

Practice Areas:

  • Firm practice management

U.S. Olympic Committee selection to be a carrier of the Olympic torch as an “Inspirational American” for the 2002 winter games in Salt Lake City, Utah