Page Chancellor Marks is a Managing Partner at Goldberg & Osborne and has been happily working for the firm since 1994, only two years removed from receiving her Juris Doctorate from the University of Arizona School of Law (James E. Rogers College of Law) while completing a judicial clerkship with the Navajo County Superior Court in Holbrook, Arizona.
During those two years following law school, Mrs. Marks became a member of the State Bar of Arizona in 1992 and the State Bar of California in 1993. She is currently admitted to practice in the United States District Court in Arizona, the United States District Court in California, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
As a Managing Partner at Goldberg & Osborne, Mrs. Marks regularly meets with Firm lawyers, reviews case files, and makes sure that Goldberg & Osborne meets or exceeds all of the Firm’s clients’ expectations. She takes great pride in every 5-star review left by clients and is quick to congratulate every single legal staff member that worked on each case.
The creation and implementation of Goldberg & Osborne Policies and Procedures are overseen by Mrs. Marks, and she also conducts in-house seminars for staff members so they can continue to improve and grow in their roles.
Mrs. Marks’ practice is devoted exclusively to Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Law and has specifically focused on large, catastrophic cases generally involving defective products, wrongful death, or catastrophic injuries. She has obtained settlements and jury verdicts of over $1 Million for her clients. In addition, Mrs. Marks has argued successfully in front of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and spoken on lien issues for the Pima County Bar and the Arizona Trial Lawyers.
Mrs. Marks previously sat as the Chair of the State Bar Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Specialization Advisory Commission and continues to sit on this Commission to this day.
Charitable organizations are near and dear to Mrs. Marks’ heart. She has sat on the Board of numerous local charities, including Tucson Zoological Society and Ben’s Bells. Previously, she served as the President of the Tucson Zoological Society. She continues to assist the Zoological Society on their Legal Committee. She sat as the Capital Campaign Chair for the Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona, even winning the Volunteer Philanthropist of Southern Arizona in 2019. She has previously been named Remarkable Mom by TuNudito and Outstanding Volunteer for Catalina Foothills School District.
Mrs. Marks has proudly lived in Tucson since 1976. She has twin daughters, Caroline and Libby, and loves to snow ski and play golf in her spare time.