Paige Gross Discusses Civility and Ethics with Wayne State Law School Students

Zausmer attorney Paige Gross returned to her alma mater, Wayne State University Law School, on January 19, 2018 for Professionalism in Action, a program for first-year law students that stresses the importance of civility and ethics in the everyday practice of law.

Paige was invited to participate as a discussion leader in the program, which was sponsored by the State Bar of Michigan. She guided groups of receptive students through hypothetical ethics problems and shared her own practical experiences. A proud Wayne Law grad, she was grateful for the opportunity to give back to her school by mentoring
soon-to-be attorneys.

Paige is an associate in the firm’s Insurance Defense practice group, where she represents clients in first-party no-fault, third-party automobile negligence, premises liability, product liability, and other matters.


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