Pam Rymin supports attorneys fighting for the rights of employees in employment
law, civil rights, and whistle blower investigations.
Pam attended Georgia State University and received her honor’s certificate
from the National Institute of Paralegal Training. She joined the firm
in 2005 and is a senior member of the paralegal team. Pam meets with clients
at the beginning of a case and remains in contact with them throughout
the litigation process. She also manages large, complex document productions,
prepares cases for the courtroom and assists during trials.
Working in the legal field has always been a passion of Pam’s. She
began working at the Cobb County Judicial System at age 17 and was one
of the founding members of The Law Project, a firm that represented Hosea
Williams and some of the most newsworthy cases in the 70’s. She
also served for two years as President of Atlanta Working Women, often
speaking publicly on behalf of changes for office workers in Georgia.
Pam has a varied background in criminal defense, corporate, civil, family,
personal injury and environmental law but prefers to be at Buckley Beal,
working “on the side of the angels”.