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I grew up in the small shoreline town of Madison, Connecticut as Pamela T. Harvey. I graduated from Florida State University in 1991 with a B.S. in Psychology. In 2002, I earned my J.D. at Quinnipiac University School of Law in Connecticut. During law school I attended class in the evening and worked full time during the day, first as a paralegal at a litigation firm handling mass tort claims and later as a toxic tort consultant at a major insurance company.

After graduating from law school I clerked for the Honorable Thomas L. Nadeau, Superior Court Judge for the State of Connecticut. I later became a litigation associate at a law firm representing policyholders seeking coverage under their commercial general liability policies.

In 2005, I made a life changing cross-country move to the Jackson, Wyoming area. Since that time I have assisted local attorneys in Wyoming and Idaho with legal research and writing projects on a variety of subjects, including torts, contracts, family law municipal law, personal injury, criminal law and property law. I also practiced law at Meyer & Williams, P.C. in Jackson, Wyoming as a litigation attorney representing individuals suffering from catastrophic personal injuries. During my tenure at Meyer & Williams, P.C., I assisted in litigating a three-month personal injury case in Montana against a major product manufacturer, resulting in a multimillion-dollar verdict in favor of our clients. Most recently, I practiced law as a litigation associate at a general practice firm located in Jackson, Wyoming performing legal work in the areas of family law, contracts, criminal law, insurance defense and personal injury.

I am currently a member of the Wyoming, Idaho and Connecticut Bar Associations. I have been actively involved in litigating cases nationwide since 1994 in various capacities. Over the past few years I have enjoyed providing volunteer services for the Teton County Mentor Project in Jackson, Wyoming and the Teton Valley Foundation in Driggs, Idaho. In November of 2011, I married my finance, Robert Parkins, an avid fly fisherman, outdoors man and local fishing guide at Westbank Anglers in Jackson, Wyoming. I spend my free time gardening, reading, exploring, hiking, camping, skiing and fly fishing in the mountains and rivers of Wyoming and Idaho, often in the company of my husband, our two black labs and some great friends!!


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  1. Divorce: 30%
  2. Litigation: 30%
  3. Contracts: 20%
  4. Personal Injury: 20%



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  • Alexander Fleming Freeburg

    Pam is a talented, sharp attorney. When I am dealing with a delicate issue, I will turn to Pam for legal advice. She's a pleasure to consult with.


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Contact info

Parkins Law Office, PLLC

255 South Main Street, Suite C
P.O. Box 673
Victor, ID, 83455

Parkins Law Office, PLLC

3490 Clubhouse Drive, Suite 104
WIlson, WY, 83014



IDAuthorized to practice law200708/12/2016
WYAuthorized to practice law200608/28/2016
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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Managing PartnerParkins Law Office, PLLC2012 - Present
Litigation AssociateLubing & Corrigan, LLC2010 - 2012
Litigation AssociateMeyer & Williams, PC2007 - 2010
Contract AttorneyDefaZio Law Office, Rutzick & Associates, Marlowe Law Office2005 - 2007
Litigation AssociateSaxe Doernberger & Vita2003 - 2005
Law ClerkState of Connecticut - Superior Court2002 - 2003
Claims Consultant - Toxic Tort Dept.The Hartford Insurance Company2000 - 2002
ParalegalEarly, Ludwick & Sweeney, LLC1994 - 2000
Association namePosition nameDuration
Teton Mentor ProjectN/A2010 - 2011
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Arnott v. Arnott, 2012 WY 167Remand Custody Issue to State Court in Teton County, WY
Caiazzo v. White, Case No. ST 2012-17An order of protection was entered for one year against Mr. White.
Almazan v. Hernandez, Case No. FV 2012-11Court entered order of protection for one year against Mr. Hernandez.
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School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Quinnipiac University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2002