PAMELA E. PALMER
An exceptional, polished woman of excellence and emerging leader with boundless
energy for her community, Pamela E. Palmer works diligently to get her
clients the best possible results.
Pamela is committed to helping and representing employees involved in employment
discrimination claims, including race, age, gender, national origin, and
disability discrimination. She also represents clients in a variety of
other civil rights matters.
Pamela was a standout student at William & Mary Law School where she
was a staff editor for
The Bill of Rights Journal and clerk for Magistrate Judge Lawrence R. Leonard for the Eastern District
of Virginia. While earning her degree, she was a member of the winning
Appellate & Supreme Court Clinic where she drafted briefs to the United
States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and was selected as a Peggy
Browning Fellow to advocate for workers’ rights in Washington, D.C.
In 2015, Pamela was named by The National Black Lawyers as one of its
“Top 40 Under 40”.
Pamela has always been passionate about employment law. Before joining
Buckley Beal, Pamela worked as a legal fellow for the Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission, Atlanta District Office. She earned a Bachelor
of Arts degree in Political Science, graduating
cum laude and with honors from Rhodes College.
Pamela is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and is admitted to practice
in both the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia. She is actively
involved with the Gate City Bar Association and Georgia Association for
Women Lawyers. As a member of the National Bar Association, Pamela serves
on both the Election Protection Committee and Amicus Brief Committee.
She is also a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
When not practicing law, Pamela spends a significant amount of time volunteering
in the Atlanta community, with a special interest in serving people through
Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless. She enjoys spending time with family
and friends, running, and playing the piano.