Pamela is a multilingual global citizen.
She earned her Honours Bachelor of Arts and Science (with Distinction) from the University of Toronto in 2011, her law degree (Juris Doctor) from the University of Ottawa in 2015, and her Master’s degree in Public Administration from Queen’s University in 2016.
While in law school, Pamela was selected to be an Editor of the Ottawa Law Review (2012) and a member of the Vis Moot Team (2013).
Pamela has diverse experiences in the legal field, having previously worked in various boutique law firms specializing in family law, criminal law, and immigration law. Empathetic and adaptable, she works with her clients to develop effective strategies to reach desired results.
While perfecting her legal training, she also works tirelessly as a powerful agent for social change. She is a mentor to female law students, an adviser to a Queen’s university youth program, and an active member of the Chinese and Filipino communities in Toronto.
She is happy to serve your legal needs in Mandarin Chinese (Putonghua).
Our pro bono practice builds up on the experience of our professionals locally and worldwide to improve the lives of those without access to justice.
Our goal of pro bono practice is to achieve excellent results for clients in need. Those who come to us for help often experience harm, so we look for opportunities to remedy through our work.
For years, we have been in the position to advance social justice and the rule of law by providing legal services at no cost. We continue that tradition with a commitment to excellent performance, practice diversity, and global reach in our pro bono work.