Page C. Faulk

Senior Vice President, Legal Reform Initiatives

Page C. Faulk is senior vice president of legal reform initiatives at the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (ILR). She provides strategy, advocacy, and policy guidance on key state, federal, and international issues, including managing ILR’s state attorneys general and transnational litigation programs. She also works on emerging issues and organizes key civil justice events.

Faulk joined ILR from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission where she served in various roles, most notably as general counsel. Her accomplishments included overseeing all federal court litigation and promulgating the agency’s first major product safety rule, which preempted a patchwork of state laws and provided a uniform national standard. She also educated international counterparts on U.S. safety standards and developed the inaugural U.S.-China Consumer Product Safety Summit.

Faulk also spent several years on Capitol Hill. There she served as a senior adviser to Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell, a legislative aide to Sen. Rick Santorum, and an intern on the Senate Judiciary Committee. She also practiced law with the firm Ungaretti & Harris.

A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Faulk received her Juris Doctor from the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law. She also holds a certificate in international law from The Hague Academy of International Law.