Paige A. Greenlee founded Greenlee Law PLLC in 2014, after spending twelve years in private practice at both large and mid-sized firms in Tampa. Paige practices primarily in the areas of complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy, and represents businesses, trustees, and individual clients in both state and federal court. She has extensive experience with many types of litigation matters, including contracts, real estate, construction and creditors’ rights.
Paige has been a dedicated leader with local and Florida professional organizations since the beginning of her legal career. Paige served as President of the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division (“YLD”) during the 2012-2013 bar year, after having served on the Florida Bar YLD Board of Governors since 2007 as one of the Thirteenth Circuit representatives.
Immediately following law school, Paige served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable William Houston Brown and the Honorable Jennie D. Latta, United States Bankruptcy Judges for the Western District of Tennessee. Following her clerkship, she began practicing with a large Tampa law firm and has spent her career in private practice in Tampa.
From the 2019 Florida Bar Annual Convention, Paige Greenlee covers the latest in business case law.
Paige Greenlee and Brittany Maxey-Fisher talk about their career experiences.
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