P. Pamela Davies graduated from Michigan State University (B.A. in Political Science, with Honor, 2010), and Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D., Cum Laude, 2013). She was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 2014. She was awarded a Certificate of Merit for Immigration Law; studied international law abroad in Toronto, Canada, and studied under U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Samuel Alito, Jr., in Florence, Italy.
On February 28, 2018, she was admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court of the United States in D.C., and is now a member of the Bar and officer of the Court.
Ms. Davies practices immigration law. She is a native of the Philippines and a citizen of the United States and Canada. She is an immigrant success story who understands the excitement, complexities and anxiety inherent to the immigration and nationality process. Ms. Davies handles a variety of immigration and nationality matters.
Ms. Davies is a member of the Ingham County Bar Association and State Bar of Michigan (Member, International Law Section, Latin American Bar Activities Section, Criminal Law Section and Family Law Section); Board President of the Global Institute of Lansing (GIL), an organization that provides educational services for refugees; member of Immigrant and Refugee Resource Collaborative (IRRC), an organization of individuals and agencies working together to serve immigrant and refugee needs; and a member of Civil Rights for Immigrants (CRI), a task force of Action of Greater Lansing, addressing immigration and civil rights issues;
Ms. Davies is also the co-chair, representing the community, along with Chief Michael Yankowski of the Lansing Police Department, representing law enforcement, for Advocates and Leaders for Police and Community Trust (ALPACT). ALPACT is a group of community stakeholders and law enforcement. Its mission is to enhance the bonds of trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.