Pamela J. Heath, "PJ," joined Ice Miller LLP in 2011 and primarily provides paralegal support for the Labor and Employment Group. She also provides paralegal support for the Firm's Litigation Practice Group.
PJ's passion for discovery and attention to detail assists the attorneys in carefully preparing cases for trial or summary disposition, as well as advising clients on the nature of their situation.
PJ is also responsible for initial drafts of documents for attorney review and obtaining, organizing and managing client and discovery documents for use in depositions, hearings and trial. She also attends trials and provides complex litigation support to our asbestos litigation practice group.
Originally from Warren, Ohio, PJ became an adopted Hoosier in 1993. She earned her Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, from the University of Indianapolis in 2000, majoring in History. In 2003, PJ earned a Master of Arts, with honors, in American History. She has been published twice by the Indiana Historical Society.
PJ enjoys reading, quilting, and scrapbooking in her spare time. Photography will become her retirement career – someday! She is active at Holy Spirit parish in Indianapolis as a Lecter and Eucharistic Minister.
Pamela J. Heath is not licensed to practice law in any state and does not provide legal services.
Co-authored Volume 24 No. 7, "An Alternative to Rule 28(E) For Service of Non-Party Discovery," Indiana Lawyer, June 5, 2013
Women's World, September 2000
The Hoosier Genaeologist, Winter 2000
The Hoosier Genaeologist, Spring 2000
NBI, Paralegal Best Practices Seminar, June 8, 2011
NBI, Webinar, Using Medical Records in Discovery, September 2010
NBI, Webinar, Summarizing Medical Records, December 2010
Tangled Roots, African American Genaeology Society, August 2000