Pamela Mackey

Pamela Mackey practices primarily in the areas of criminal defense, complex civil litigation, environmental litigation, and government investigations.  She is well-regarded for her successful work in many high-visibility cases in state and federal courts across the country, including her defense of Kobe Bryant.  

After graduating with honors from the George Washington University Law School in 1985, Pamela joined the law firm of Davis, Graham & Stubbs in Denver practicing primarily in the area of product liability.  From there she came to Haddon, Morgan and Foreman as an Associate Attorney in 1987 to pursue her passion for litigation.  She left the firm in 1989 to serve as Deputy State Public Defender for five years and returned to Haddon, Morgan and Foreman in 1994.

Pamela is known as a tenacious advocate for her clients and for her keen ability to quickly assess the strengths and weakness of a case and develop effective strategies to advance her clients’ interests.  

Highly regarded for her courtroom skills, Pamela is frequently asked to teach trial advocacy skills to lawyers and law students around the country, including Harvard Law School’s Trial Advocacy Workshop, and the American College of Trial Lawyers National Trial Competition. 

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