Paige Mackey Murray
3269 28th Street
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Experienced Appeals Lawyer
Paige's solo practice focuses exclusively on appellate representation. She also serves as Of Counsel at Kaplan Law L.L.C. where she assists the firm primarily with family law appeals. Marc Kaplan is a top-rated family law attorney who has been designated a Super Lawyer every year since 2006. Together, Marc and Paige make a powerful team for family law appellate representation.
Paige was chosen as a Top Lawyer in the field of Appellate Law for 2019 and 2020 by 5280 Magazine. She authored an article in the Colorado Lawyer on lower court appeals, and was faculty on the subject at the annual Appellate Law Update, 2018. See Paige Mackey Murray, Appeals of County Court, Municipal Court, and Magistrate Rulings, 47-OCT Colo. Law. 32. She was Faculty at the 2020 Pro Bono Clinic Training CLE and moderated the 2020 Appellate Update CLE's segment on conducting effective oral argument.
She serves as Treasurer on the board of the CWBA's Boulder Chapter, and she is a member of the planning committee for the Annual Appellate Update CLE, the Appellate Pro Bono Clinic Task Force, and the subcommittee for Revising the Colorado Rules for Magistrates.
She is also a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) with Boulder County Voices for Children.
Paige received her law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1998 and has practiced in Colorado ever since. Her background is diverse and provides a solid "generalist" foundation for appellate practice. Before her solo practice, she clerked for a total of four years for three different judges on the Colorado Court of Appeals and Colorado Supreme Court, providing her with a unique perspective on the practice before these tribunals. In law school, she excelled in mock appellate advocacy, winning the regional competition for western states and placing in the national competition in New York.
The areas of law in which she has experience are varied and include: family law, litigation, business transactions, non-profit, employment, land use, estate planning, constitutional law, general counsel for small governments, special districts, guardian ad litem, immigration, criminal defense, and more. She has also been an entrepreneur and in-house counsel.
Paige accepts court-appointed cases for appeals, and she provide pro bono services through the Colorado Bar Association's Appellate Pro Bono Program and Pro Se Clinic.
In her free time you can find Paige playing with her son, riding her mountain bike, snowboarding, kiteboarding, playing guitar, or in the studio painting.