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Meet Pamela Michelle

Pamela Michelle, J.D., M.S., graduated with honors from the University of Florida (B.A., Political Science) before entering law school at age twenty. Obtaining her Juris Doctorate in 1991, she was admitted to both the Georgia Bar and Florida Bar.

Through 1996 she was defense counsel for corporations in injury/litigation and labor/civil rights cases. For the past twenty-one years, she has served in these same areas as plaintiffs counsel. After working in two large law firms, she opened her own practice in 2012.

Pam obtained her M.S. in Mental Health Counseling in 2004 and has completed over 1,000 therapy hours assisting clients. Certified as a coach by the International Coaching Federation, she shares her coaching and consulting practice with individuals from all walks of life.

Pam has done intensive study under numerous masters of ancient wisdom, neuroscience, philosophy, world religions, indigenous and sacred traditions, and mindfulness/insight practices. She continues on this path as a life-long learner, seeker, advisor and teacher. Incorporating a passion for transpersonal, humanistic, and existential perspectives into her coaching and consulting work, her worldview unfolded through extensive travel and a constant quest for self-actualization.

Pam’s greatest passion is to help others “deep-dive” into their own inner being, allowing the radiant beauty of their soul’s purpose to emerge forth into the world, resulting in self-fulllment and a calming sense of wholeness. The goal is to achieve a profound alchemical transformation of consciousness.

As the Founder and CEO of, The Soul of Lawyers Network and, Pam offers platforms for coaching, consulting, speaking, sacred travel, and networking opportunities.

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The Story Behind Our Logo….

Our Logo is quite special. The Eyes are the mirrors of the Soul.

Also, the center forehead symbolizes awakening and lower symbol represents unity or Oneness of all things.


Often depicted on Stupas (Buddhist Shrines), this symbol represents the all seeing eyes of Buddha. In Nepal, the symbology is found on the majority of all Stupas shown as giant pairs of eyes staring out from all four sides of the main tower. The Buddha eyes are so prevalent throughout Nepal, they have become a symbol of the country itself.

These are Buddha Eyes (also known as Wisdom Eyes), and they look out in the four directions to symbolize the omniscience (all-seeing) of Buddha.

The small dot between the eyes represents the third eye, a symbol of spiritual awakening. The curly mark between the eyes (where the nose should be) is the Sanskrit numeral one, which symbolizes the unity of all things.  The mark also represents the one way to reach enlightenment—through the Buddha’s teachings.

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