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.
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.
Kennedy is a law clerk at Combs Law Group, who is a second-year law student at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. While in law school, Kennedy enhanced her research and writing skills, having earned the 2022 CALI Excellence for the Future Award in her Legal Methods and Writing Class.
Kennedy received her bachelor’s degree in Honors Finance from the University of Arizona, where she graduated summa cum laude. Prior to law school, Kennedy published a thesis concerning the NCAA’s amateurism model and the prospect of pay-for-play in collegiate athletics and interned for a business law firm located in Southern California. In her free time, Kennedy enjoys relaxing with Pilates, discovering the best new restaurants, and taking long walks with her dog Mater.
Veronica Mendoza is the Firm Administrator 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.”