Charleston, S.C. – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce that Paige Chamberlain Ornduff became president-elect of the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division on July 1. She will serve in that capacity until next July, when she will become president.
The Young Lawyers Division coordinates programs across South Carolina to serve the public and advance the legal profession. It also provides networking opportunities open to all members of the South Carolina Bar under 36 years of age or whose first admission to any state bar was to South Carolina’s within the past five years.
Paige serves as a young lawyer representative for the South Carolina Bar’s board of governors as well. She previously served as the Young Lawyers Division’s secretary/treasurer and as co-chair of its Community Law Week and Courthouse Keys Committee.
In addition, Paige serves as pupilage leader of the James L. Petigru American Inn of Court, which is designed to foster collegiality among lawyers and judges in the Charleston area. She recently concluded a term on the board of directors for Charleston School of Law’s Alumni Association. She also volunteers with Special Olympics South Carolina and Charleston Habitat for Humanity.
At Parker Poe, Paige concentrates her practice on construction and commercial litigation. Paige represents developers, homebuilders, contractors, and owners on pre-construction, construction, and post-construction issues.
Paige is among several Parker Poe attorneys who have taken leadership positions within their state bar associations this summer. You can find the others here.