Florida Bar Board Certified, International Law Licensed to Practice in Florida and South Carolina, USA
Pamella Seay (pronounced "SEA" like the ocean) is an attorney, licensed to practice law in South Carolina and Florida, USA. Since 2001, she has been Florida Bar Board Certified in International Law, and currently serves on the Executive Council of The Florida Bar International Law Section.
Ms. Seay is a full professor at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, FL, USA where she teaches constitutional law, criminal law, comparative justice, and international justice issues. Previously, she has guest lectured at University of South Carolina, Tsinghua University College of Law in Beijing, China, and Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, FL. As an attorney, she provides legal advice and consultation
for foreign and domestic businesses on international legal matters including
ethics and business development. She has published numerous articles on a wide range of international
topics and has published a book on international business in South
Ms. Seay is a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law where she earned her J.D. At USC Law, she was a member of the Law Review and taught legal writing as a student instructor. While there, she earned the AmJur Book Award in Constitutional Law. In addition, she graduated Cum Laude from Stetson University College of Law
with her LLM in International Law. At Stetson, she was a student editor
for the Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy.
Ms. Seay is actively involved in her local community as well. She was first elected to the Charlotte County Airport Authority in 1996 and was recently re-elected to her fourth term as a commissioner. She has previously served on the board of the Charlotte Regional Medical Center and was a member of the Punta Gorda Charlotte County Metropolitan Planning Authority. She has also served as a member of the Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel.
In addition, Ms. Seay continues to be actively involved with The Florida Bar. She has served six terms on The Florida Bar Professional Ethics Committee and continues to serve on the Executive Council of The International Law Section of The Florida Bar.