Atty. Gressierisone of  the known attorneys in the U.S. With her versatility, being in teaching profession too, many want to know the story behind her success. Who is the real Atty. Pamela Gressier?Pamela Stacey Gerber Gressier, in full name, Atty. Pamela Gressier is a licensed lawyer in Cerritos California. She is an expert in legal matters like real estate law, family law, foreclosure prevention, loss mitigation and bankruptcy.

Atty. Gressier has been in the practice since 1989 as a partner at Duarte, Gressier, & Menesses, LLP. The firm has been providing legal services in the United States for over twenty years with their wide-ranging expertise.

She is not only a lawyer but she has a career in the education field too. Atty. Gressier has zeal for teaching. Currently, she teaches online at Orange Coast College. Going back to her history, she started teaching English Composition at Orange Coast College way back in 2001. She had also been a professor of English Literature, American Literature, and Composition at Servite High School in Anaheim, California.

What’s more, she has also been part of the program “Young at Heart” at Orange Coast, Santa Ana, Coastline and Riverside Community Colleges, where she mentors in English Composition on critical thinking, grammar and reasoning subjects in fiction and non-fiction and creative writing courses.

This lawyer has other professions too. She is known as a director in the Paralegal Department at American Heritage University, at Southern California. Also, she is respected as an arbitrator at Better Business Bureau.

Atty. Gressier graduated from Golden West College, in Huntington Beach, California in 1981 with Associate in Arts and Honors in Language and Literature degree. Later on, she took up Bachelor of Arts with Merit in Comparative Literature at the University of California, Irvine and graduated in 1983. She then studied at Western State University, College of Law, in Fullerton, California, and graduated in 1988. The next year, in 1989, she took the State Bar Exam, passed it, and got her license. In that same year, she got her Masters in Arts in English Literature from University of California at Irvine.