Her areas of specialisation extend to all aspects of individual and collective labour and employment law, media law, data protection and privacy law.
She has been involved in the practise of labour law in South Africa since its early days in the mid-1980s. Prior to joining Webber Wentzel in 2004, Pamela was a senior director at Cheadle Thompson and Haysom Attorneys, the leading labour law firm in Johannesburg at the time, where she had practised law since her admission as an attorney in 1991.
Pamela's experience includes two appointments to act as a Judge of the Labour Court, and various appointments to act as arbitrator in labour disputes. Pamela has been the lead attorney in a number of precedent-setting decisions in the labour law field and some of her judgments handed down in the Labour Court have been reported in the law journals.
Pamela has also had extensive litigation experience in defamation, privacy and data protection law.
She has acted for a broad range of clients including national and multinational corporations, parastatals, local government, private individuals, trade unions and political parties.
Pamela has a BA LLB from the University of the Witwatersrand; a postgraduate diploma in applied social science from the University of KwaZulu-Natal; an LLM from the London School of Economics; and a postgraduate diploma from Strathclyde University, Glasgow.
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