Pamela N. Westfall
Pamela received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Eckerd College in 2009 and received her Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law in 2013. While in law school, Pamela studied diverse topics such as international business law in Tianjin, China and trial advocacy. She served as the Reform Chair for the Innocence Project, Stetson Chapter. On the Innocence Project, she investigated prosecutorial misconduct in the state of Florida and advocated for the mandatory recording of police interrogations.
During her third year of law school, Pamela worked as an intern for the Office of the Public Defender for the Sixth Judicial Circuit in Pinellas County. Pamela was certified by the Florida Supreme Court and represented clients in misdemeanor cases such as DUIs and charges for possession of marijuana. She represented clients in various stages of criminal prosecution, including jury trials.
Upon graduating from law school in 2013, Pamela began her formal legal career representing financial institutions in real-estate matters such as foreclosures, tax deed sales, and litigation involving homeowner associations. In 2014, Pamela began representing individuals and Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees appointed by the U.S. Department of Justice in the area of consumer protection law.
In 2016, Pamela joined Centrone & Shrader, PLLC, where she continues to zealously represent businesses and individuals, in a variety of civil matters. Pamela also represents criminal defendants in both state and federal criminal courts.