Pamela E. Stevens, a career litigator, has spent nearly twenty years handling complex civil matters, many of which involved potential verdicts in the millions of dollars. Pamela is comfortable handling all stages of litigation, and has taken and defended hundreds of plaintiff, witness, and expert depositions. She is qualified to handle all aspects of trial from picking a jury to closing arguments. Her strong interpersonal skills allow her to effectively communicate and manage the complex circumstances of each case, ensuring that clients are positioned to achieve the best possible outcome.
Pamela was admitted to practice in 2004, and prior to joining SMT, she was a partner with the San Francisco law firm WFBM, LLP, formerly known as Walsworth, Franklin, Bevins & McCall.
Pamela also represents children pro bono in immigration matters including petitions for legal guardianship and claims for asylum in association with the non-profit organization KIND (Kids In Need of Defense), and she is a board member of the Montgomery High School Alumni Foundation and the Bennett Valley Alliance of Parents and Teachers.
Born and raised in Santa Rosa, and a graduate of Montgomery High School, Pamela went on to run track in college at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania. Prior to her legal career, Pamela worked in-house as an adjuster for a large national insurance company in Texas. Most recently, she found her way back to Santa Rosa when she joined SMT in 2019 after living and working in San Francisco for 18 years. Since coming to SMT she successfully secured a favorable verdict for her client in a financial elder abuse case and as a result her client was entitled to double damages and attorney’s fees and costs. When not in the office she enjoys skiing, mountain biking and traveling.