Pamela Playo Lin is an associate in the firm’s Mass Tort Department. Pamela’s practice is focused on defective devices and pharmaceutical drug cases.
Prior to joining Anapol Weiss, Pamela practiced at two prominent regional personal injury firms where she gained extensive experience litigating catastrophic cases, including the representation of two survivors in the Salvation Army Market Street Building Collapse case. In addition, Pamela litigated medical malpractice, premises liability and automobile accident actions.
Pamela also spent over two years as an attorney at a reputable regional defense firm where she focused her practice on products liability and construction defense. In this capacity, Pamela represented manufacturers of playground equipment, construction companies, and trucking and automotive maintenance companies in personal injury actions. She brings this diverse experience to Anapol Weiss to represent individuals and their families who have been seriously harmed by the use of defective devices and pharmaceutical drugs.
In 2011, Pamela earned her Juris Doctor from Delaware Law School. Notably, while in law school, she was the recipient of the Certificate of Achievement in Trial Advocacy, in recognition of her oral and written advocacy skills. Following law school, Pamela served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Joseph E. Kane, in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Civil Division.
Pamela is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and State of New Jersey. Outside of the office, a new mom, Pamela spends her time with her husband and their daughter in Philadelphia, where they reside.