Pamela Judd

Pamela Judd | Attorney at ARTEMiS Law Firm in Scottsdale
Pamela Judd
Pamela is a seasoned litigator with more than 12 year of legal experience handling a diverse litigation caseload, including representing clients with respect to commercial litigation, bankruptcy, securities, product liability, and family law matters.
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Professional Experience

Pamela received her Bachelors of Science summa cum laude from ASU and graduated cum laude from ASU College of Law, where she served on Law Journal.

She is a seasoned litigator, having worked in large firm and small firm settings. She has defended and prosecuted clients’ claims for breach of contract, breach of guaranty, breach of warranty, fraud, violation of duty, and securities fraud. Her diverse experience is valuable in representing clients in what can often be unpredictable litigation.She was an Associate at Lewis and Roca for seven years in the firm’s tort practice group, specifically focusing on but not limited to pharmaceutical and medical device defense matters.  Her practice also included personal injury and construction defect cases.

Pamela then joined Roshka DeWulf & Patten as an Associate and was later named a Partner.  There, her practice focused on commercial litigation, bankruptcy, and securities cases.  Beginning in 2018, Pamela began handling civil litigation and family law matters for the ARTEMiS Law Firm.

J.D., cum laude, Arizona State University College of Law
B.S., Administration of Justice, Arizona State University
University Honors College graduate (Thesis: Affirmative Action)

Arizona’s Finest Lawyers, 2014
Florence Crittenton: Board Member and member of the Development and Governance Committees, 2013 – 2015

Publication History:
Co-author, “The Supreme Court of Arizona: Its 2000-2001 Decisions”, 34 Ariz. St. L. J 369, 2002.
Arizona State Law Journal Associate Articles Editor

State Bar and Court Admissions:

Federal Bar and Court Admissions:
District of Arizona

Practice Areas

  • Civil and Commercial Litigation
  • Family Law