Paige Ingram, ESQ


Paige Ingram, ESQ attorney photo

Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims


  • Syracuse University
    College of Law – J.D.
  • Durham University
    School of Government & International Affairs – M.Sc.
  • Gettysburg College – B.A.

Paige was born and raised in Sacramento, CA and is a proud fan of the Sacramento Kings. Paige spent most of her childhood outside—skiing, snowboarding, swimming, playing soccer, and trying to beat her older brother at basketball. She was an avid reader and extremely inquisitive, driving her parents nuts with endless questions in the era before Google. As the third of four children, Paige was a born negotiator.

Growing up, Paige developed a passion for history, law, and debate. In fact, after watching Remember the Titans at 9 years old, Paige’s heart was set on attending Gettysburg College. 13 years later, she graduated cum laude from Gettysburg with a bachelor’s in political philosophy and history. She then received her master’s degree in Global Defense, Development, and Diplomacy from Durham University in the United Kingdom. Before writing her dissertation, she spent several weeks in Kenya researching the development of extremist organizations. While in Kenya, Paige saw all kinds of wildlife, including lions, baboons, giraffes, and zebras, and was lucky enough to come face to face with a couple hippopotamuses and live to tell about it.

After returning from abroad, Paige attended Syracuse University College of law.

Prior to joining Gang & Associates, Paige worked as an appellate attorney for Chisholm, Chisholm & Kilpatrick. Her practice involved representing disabled veterans before the US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.

Paige spends her free time with her family and pets, and enjoys watching her favorite sports teams, playing Trivia (thanks to all the Googling), and reading.

During law school, Paige spent a semester and two summers working for US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) within the Department of Homeland Security. She also volunteered as a student attorney with the Wohl Family Veteran’s Legal Clinic, where she officially began her career as an advocate for disabled veterans. As the daughter of a Vietnam War veteran, Paige has always held the upmost respect for our nation’s veterans, inspiring her commitment to assist veterans worldwide.