COMBS LAW GROUP TEAM
Combs Law Group Professionals
Pamela Brimhall is a transactional paralegal who has been with Combs Law Group for more than 12 years. Pam is dedicated to excellence, and obtained her Associate’s degree With Highest Honors (4.0 GPA), from Scottsdale Community College.
Pam assists the attorneys in drafting residential and commercial purchase contracts, residential and commercial leases, lease/option agreements, easements, shared-well agreements, promissory notes/deeds of trust, and other real estate documents.
Taylor Clinkaberry began as a legal assistant at Combs Law Group and excelled her way into the Paralegal position. Taylor graduated cum laude from Benedictine University Mesa with a degree in Psychology and continued her education by obtaining her Arizona Real Estate License.
Taylor assists our attorneys in determining the best course of action for each matter and her passion to help others allows her to provide excellent legal support to our clients.
“As I found myself learning more about real estate, I discovered how vast real estate law truly is, and quickly became amazed and eager to learn more.”
Camille Labate is a Paralegal with an Associates in Applied Sciences Paralegal Studies degree as well as an Associate’s degree in Arts. Camille is an Arizona Department of Real Estate licensee and specializes in both litigation and transactional matters. Her highest priority is always providing outstanding customer service and care for her clients.
Samantha McAninch started as a legal assistant at Combs Law Group and is now a paralegal. She is a Phoenix native who graduated magna cum laude with her B.A. from Arizona State University. Samantha has a profound passion for law and an extensive customer service background which inspires her to go above and beyond for our clients.
Dianne is a law clerk at Combs Law Group, who is a third-year law student at Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. While in law school, Dianne worked as a legal extern for the City of Phoenix and the Arizona Governor’s Office. Dianne is also a Managing Editor for the Corporate and Business Law Journal.
Dianne received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona, where she graduated summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA. Before going to law school, Dianne interned for the Arizona State Senate Majority Staff and oversaw legislation that went through the Appropriations, Judiciary, Health & Human Services, and Public Safety Committees.
Haille is a law clerk at Combs Law Group, who is a third-year law student at Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Haille is an associate editor of the Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, serves as a research assistant with the Academy of Justice, and was previously a member of the Post-Conviction Clinic. Haille has a passion for sports and has worked in the Arizona Coyotes’ and Arizona Diamondbacks’ legal departments. Prior to law school, she earned a Master’s in Sports Law and Business from Arizona State University and a Bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Arizona. Outside of work, Haille enjoys spending time with her dog Willow, watching sports, and cooking.
Courtney Czochara is a legal assistant for Combs Law Group. She is originally from Pittsburgh, PA and graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with her Bachelor of Arts in philosophy of law and a minor in justice studies. Prior to Combs Law Group, she worked as a research intern for the Health & Human Services committee of the Arizona Senate. She will be attending Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law starting in August of 2023 and plans to continue her law career in the state.
Accounting & Billing Specialist
Veronica Mendoza is the Accounting and Billing Specialist at Combs Law Group and comes with a diverse history in finance.
Veronica has a passion for providing her clients with expert guidance, professionalism, and efficiency regarding their accounting needs. Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Veronica enjoys exploring the beautiful northern parts of Arizona with her son.
“Life is like accounting, everything must be balanced.”