University of Florida College of Law - J.D. With Honors-1986
Order of the Coif, Member
Law Review, Member
Advanced Research, Writing and Appellate Advocacy Fellow, 1985-1986
American Jurisprudence Book Award in Professional Responsibility
University of Florida - B.A. Criminal Justice-1983
Pamela Masters, an AV-Preeminent rated attorney, is a collaborative family law attorney and mediator with a peacemaking practice. With over 30 years of experience in general civil and family law litigation and appeals, she knows that the courtroom is not the place to resolve family disputes. Pam is a Florida Supreme Court certified mediator and a Georgia Supreme Court certified family mediator. Additionally, Mrs. Masters has nine years of appellate practice experience gained while working as a supervising staff attorney and then Clerk of Court at the Fifth District Court of Appeal in Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Masters graduated with high honors and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Florida and the University of Florida College of Law where she was awarded the designation of Order of the Coif. At the University of Florida, Mrs. Masters was a member of Law Review, an Appellate Advocacy, Research and Writing teaching fellow, and was awarded the book award for Professionalism.
Mrs. Masters is active in the community through her service on the boards of directors for Community Partnership for Children and The House Next Door where she has been selected to serve at the Vice-President and the parish council at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic community. She also serves on the board of the Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Additionally, Mrs. Masters volunteers her time for several hours each week to record books and periodicals for the visually handicapped which are distributed throughout the state by the TalkingBook Library of the Florida Division of Blind Services.