Dedicated, passionate, and experienced.
Corey Page is the founding partner of Evans & Page. Corey is a Bay Area native, and was an adjunct professor at Santa Clara University and the University of San Francisco for many years. He is a regular speaker at national conferences and has been interviewed by Los Angeles Times Magazine, National Public Radio, and local and national newspapers. Prior to starting Evans & Page, Corey worked as a corporate lawyer for Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP. He received his Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law, his Bachelor of Arts from the U.C. Santa Barbara, and spent a year at Lund University in Sweden.
Corey is honored to be the Independent General Counsel for Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA.
Corey is an experienced appellate attorney, and has handled hundreds of civil litigation cases in state and federal court. Corey has been lead counsel in state and federal civil trials and is licensed to practice in California State courts and all federal courts in California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
Geneva Page is a partner at Evans & Page. Ms. Page was an adjunct professor of Animal Law at Santa Clara University. Ms. Page graduated from Vermont Law School (VLS). Her studies at VLS focused on animal law, and shortly after graduating she began work at the Animal Protection Institute (API) (now united with Born Free USA) in Sacramento as their Government Affairs Coordinator. At API her responsibilities included lobbying state legislators, drafting proposed legislation, legal research and testifying at legislative hearings. Ms. Page received her Bachelor of Arts from San Francisco State University and has studied law at the University of Reading in England and tropical conservation at the Universidad Nacional in Costa Rica.
Matthew graduated from the University of California-Berkeley School of Law in 2014, having received the Jurisprudence Award, the Prosser Award, and an Advancement of Animal Law Scholarship. Matthew has several years of experience litigating cases on behalf of national nonprofit organizations related to animal rights, consumer protection, constitutional rights, environmental protection, food safety, and food accessibility. Previously, he served as Director of Campaigns and Legislative Affairs for a National Non-Profit Organization. Matthew is an author or co-author of several law and policy publications, including "A Human Rights Approach to Planning Families" in Social Change and "Social Justice For Animals: Eradicating Standardized Cruelty with Transgenerational Empathy," forthcoming in Michigan State University Animal and Natural Resource Law Review. Matthew is admitted to practice in California and the Ninth Circuit.
Seth graduated from Penn State Dickinson Law in 2020 and is admitted to practice in California state courts and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, to which he submitted an amicus brief he co-authored in Animal Legal Defense Fund v. United States, a case arguing for the existence of a constitutional right to access wilderness. Seth has experience with federal administrative law from completing internships at the Environmental Justice Clinic at Yale Law School and at the U.S. EPA. Seth is also well versed with litigation in California state courts. He recently completed a yearlong clerkship at the Los Angeles County Superior Court. During the clerkship, he drafted tentative rulings for over a hundred pretrial motions in civil cases, including many summary judgment motions and demurrers, along with other less commonly filed motions provided for in the Code
Muhammad Arshad is an experienced law clerk with experience in both the plaintiff and defense side of the aisle who joined the firm in 2021. In his role with Evans and Page, Muhammad assists with case management, document preparation and filing, and other tasks critical to advancing cases toward resolution. He has extensive experience in preparing and drafting case briefs and legal opinions.
Muhammad did his law degree, LL.B. (Hons.), from BPP University, London, United Kingdom, in 2014 and was awarded an Upper Second Class Honours. Subsequently, being attached with The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, he completed his Bar Professional Training Course and was awarded a classification of Very Competent. He was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 2016.
From 2017 to 2019, he clerked with the former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa. In the course of his clerkship, he prepared summaries and saw adjudication of thousands of cases, which strongly developed his understanding of various areas of law. As an attorney, he is licensed to practice before the district courts and Court of Appeals in Pakistan.
The United States Department of State awarded him the Fulbright Scholarship in 2019 to pursue an LL.M. at Columbia University. Muhammad graduated in 2021 as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, awarded in recognition of superior academic achievement.
Muhammad is due to take his bar exam in July 2022. After clearing his bar, he shall join the firm as an associate.
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