Miller Nash welcomes two talented associates to the firm’s deep bench of employment law and labor relations attorneys. Paige Alli and Cristela Delgado-Daniel add substantial depth and further support for employers throughout the Pacific Northwest.
About Paige Alli
Paige assists public and private sector clients with labor relations matters, including complex arbitrations, administrative proceedings, and litigation. She has experience negotiating collective bargaining agreements, contract administration, and providing advice and counsel during union organizing campaigns and actions.
During law school, Paige was actively involved in student-led organizations, including the Moot Court Board, Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity, and the Labor and Employment Law Association, of which Paige was a founding officer at Willamette University. Paige received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon before earning her law degree at Willamette University College of Law.
About Cristela Delgado-Daniel
Cristela works with public, private, and nonprofit clients in employment advice and litigation matters, with a focus on the intersection of employment and education law. In addition to active litigation, she advises clients on matters related to wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Cristela regularly defends employers in connection with charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries. She also assists in conducting independent investigations related to harassment, race and gender discrimination, and Title IX.
Prior to private practice, Cristela clerked for the Honorable Steven R. Powers with the Oregon Court of Appeals. In law school, she worked as a law clerk for the Oregon Department of Justice General Counsel Division in the labor and employment section. She also worked as a law clerk for the University of Oregon Office of General Counsel and as a judicial extern to Judge John Acosta of the United States District Court for the District of Oregon. Cristela received her bachelor’s degree from Whitman College before earning her law degree at the University of Oregon School of Law.