Pamela received her undergraduate degree from Lewis & Clark College in 2011, and graduated with honors from the University of Montana School of Law in 2014. While in law school, Pamela served as the Executive Editor of the Montana Law Review, competed on the National Moot Court team, and served as vice-president of the Women’s Law Caucus.
Pamela currently serves on the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Legal Innovation Team and as Associate Editor of the Young Lawyers Division’s flagship publication, TYL.
Presentations & Publications
Chevron Collapses a CERCLA Artifice: Owner Means Owner Even For The United States, 13 ABA Superfund and Natural Resource Damages Litigation Committee Newsletter, 10 (January 2018), co-author.
Business Torts: A Fifty-State Guide (Montana Chapter) (Wolters Kluwer 2016 and 2017 editions), co-author.
Recent Decisions Affecting the Montana Practitioner: Reichert v. State ex rel. McCulloch, 74 Mont. L. Rev. 225, 232 (2013).
Recent Decisions Affecting the Montana Practitioner: Malpeli v. State, 74 Mont. L. Rev. 459, 464 (2013).
Montana State Bar
Yellowstone Bar Association
ABA Young Lawyers Division-Legal Innovation Committee Member (2018-2019 term).
TYL (The Young Lawyer)-Editorial Board, Associate Editor (2018-2019 term).
Big Horn REA-Scholarship Committee.
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