About Samuel Page
Samuel J. Page has devoted his career to helping people navigate sensitive family law matters.
"I practice family law because it allows me to personally connect with my clients and assist them in a meaningful way."
Sam has a natural ability to remain centered in even the most tumultuous cases. His calm disposition puts his clients at ease and makes him especially effective in high conflict situations.
"Resolving a high conflict case, especially short of trial, is very rewarding. I am motivated to help my clients reach a positive resolution and recover their peace of mind without the stress of trial."
While he undertakes to settle cases favorably as quickly as facts allow,
Sam is a strong advocate in the courtroom. He views litigation as another
tool to attain positive results for his client.
Sam is passionate about helping underserved populations. During law school, he worked for the Kalispel Tribe of Indians as a Rule 9 Intern. He also spent significant time with University Legal Assistance, a legal aid clinic serving individuals in the Spokane region who are unable to afford adequate legal services.
Sam and his wife are proud new parents of a baby girl. Their family also includes two large Goldendoodles, Mabel and Wallace. In his free time, Sam enjoys golfing and playing saxophone in a local community band.
- Washington State Bar Association, Indian Law Section, 2013-2014
- Washington State Bar Association, Employment Law Section, 2015
- Washington State Bar Association, Solo and Small Firm Section, 2013-2015
- Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section 2013-Present
- Washington State Association of Justice, 2013-2015
- Kalispel Tribal Bar Association, 2011-2013
- Puyallup Tribal Bar Association, 2014-Present
- Trustee, Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section, 2016
Muckleshoot Tribal Court of Justice, 2021 – Present
- Pro Bono Adjunct Professor, Seattle University School of Law, 2022
- Committee Member, Associates Campaign for Equal Justice, Legal Foundation of Washington, 2022
J.D., Gonzaga School of Law
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Federal Indian Law, 2013
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Legal Research and Writing, 2011
- Executive Board Member, Gonzaga Journal of International Law, 2013
- B.A., Hobart College
Publications & Presentations
- Featured in “Next Gen in Law Series,” Puget Sound Business
- "Family Law in Tribal Court," Pierce County Lawyer (Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association), September/October 2019
- Presenter, “Overcoming Discovery and Evidence Obstacles in Family Law,” Top Challenges in Washington Family Law, National Business Institute, November 2022
- Presenter, “Family Law: New Guardianship Statute,” Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association Annual Convention, October 2022
- Presenter, “Minor UGA Update (Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act)” Domestic Relations Attorneys of Washington (DRAW) Annual Meeting, October 2022
- Presenter, “Minor Guardianships: or how I learned to stop worrying and love RCW 11.130,” NALS of Washington Fall Meeting and Educational Conference, October 2021
- Presenter, “Minor Guardianships: or how I learned to stop worrying and love RCW 11.130,” NALS of Pierce County, September 2021
- “Challenges with Pro Se Litigations,” NALS Annual Ethics CLE, 2019