HJP Welcomes Rule 9 Extern Paige Hardy

Over the upcoming weeks, the King County Bar Association’s Pro Bono Services will be highlighting its 2013 summer interns and externs.  Paige Hardy joins the Seattle Housing Justice Project.

Paige is a third-year law student at Seattle University and a Rule 9 extern at the Housing Justice Project. Under the supervision of the managing attorney at HJP, Rory O’Sullivan, Paige will be representing and advising clients on eviction matters.

Paige is most excited about working with clients, she says: “The major reason that I love the Housing Justice Project is the amount of interaction you get with clients. Working with HJP is a humbling reminder every day that housing should be a basic human right.”

In her spare time, Paige is an avid “foodie” and enjoys spending finding new places to eat around Seattle.  This fall, Paige will serve as a board member for the Incarcerated Mothers Advocacy Project (IMAP) and the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP).

1 comment to HJP Welcomes Rule 9 Extern Paige Hardy

  • Rory O'Sullivan

    Paige has already worked as the primary advocate with several of our clients at HJP, drafting letters and helping clients remain housed. Paige is also helping create an informational packet to help tenants who need to appeal decisions after a show cause hearing. We are excited to have Paige join the HJP team for the summer.

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