Pamela Vanderpool is a skilled investigator and specializes in workplace misconduct, harassment and discrimination. She is a licensed attorney and former litigator. Her practice focused on representation of clients in business disputes, both contract and tort actions, and she has litigated numerous cases involving breach of contract, partnership disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, tortious interference, promissory estoppel, civil conspiracy, and defamation. She has represented both employers and employees in employment actions. Her experience includes suits alleging race, age, and gender discrimination. She has litigated cases involving statutory claims based on the CCPA, RICO and COCCA, and has successfully defended clients against class action lawsuits. Her practice included both state and federal litigation, including appellate work. She is admitted to practice in Colorado, United States District Court for the District of Colorado, and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Pamela completed her J.D. at the University of Colorado Law School. During law school, she assisted Professor Richard Delgado in his research and publications on the history of racial discrimination in Colorado, and participated in the Criminal Legal Aid Clinic. She completed her undergraduate degree in history, graduating summa cum laude, at the University of Colorado at Denver.
Pamela clerked for the Honorable Zita Weinshienk, federal judge for the United States District Court in the District of Colorado prior to entering practice. Pamela has been a Faculty Member of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, training attorneys in litigation skills. She is a member of the Denver, Colorado and American Bar and the proud mother of twin boys (men actually).