Mary Paige Gray


Mary Paige’s path to becoming an attorney began in middle school when her grandmother gifted her a collection of poems on justice and she’s never looked back.  Since then, Mary Paige’s desire to fight for what she believes in has only grown, manifesting in the pursuit of real-life justice for her clients in a variety of disputes.

Mary Paige specializes in Title IX campus sexual assault and domestic matters, and she represents individuals in employment and personal injury litigation.  Priding herself on personalized, attentive service and her ability to empathize with her clients, Mary Paige builds strong attorney-client relationships, which she believes are the foundation of effective representation.

Mary Paige graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and minors in Women’s Studies and Environmental Law.  Following college, she worked in Human Resources and attended the Georgia State University College of Law.  During law school, Mary Paige worked at the State Bar of Georgia and a prominent Atlanta employment law firm, while also volunteering with the Atlanta Legal Aid Society and Hands On Atlanta in her free time.

Mary Paige is a member of the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, and the Stonewall Bar Association.

Outside of work, Mary Paige enjoys spending time with friends, camping, playing tennis and golf, and visiting craft breweries. Mary Paige is a proud native of Cedartown, Georgia, but calls Brookhaven home.