Pamela V Savvides joined Reveliotis Law, P.C. as Senior Counsel in 2016. Pamela has practiced law since 2011 and began practicing real estate law in November 2011.
Throughout law school, Pamela clerked for the Cook County State’s Attorneys Office and Homeland Security’s United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Office of the Chief Counsel. She also clerked for Lattas and Lattas Law, where she received experience in loan modifications and bankruptcies.
Upon graduating DePaul Law, she was an associate at a boutique law firm which focused in general civil litigation where she obtained extensive experience in the following areas: employment, family law, commercial law, landlord tenant, condominium association, bankruptcy, and foreclosure defense.
In March of 2013, Pamela joined RELaw Chicago where she narrowed her practice to corporate and real estate, both transactional and litigation. At RELaw Chicago, Pamela handled all aspects of real estate litigation and transactions: including but not limited to, representing buyers and sellers of condominiums and single family homes, representing buyers and sellers in commercial transactions, negotiating short sales on behalf of sellers, foreclosure defense litigation, landlord tenant issues and litigation, building code violations, and condominium association issues and litigation.
Pamela joined the team at Reveliotis Law PC, where she has broadened her real estate practice to also include residential and commercial property tax appeals. She is able to bring all her experience in the real estate realm together and use it to best assist our clients in achieving the most beneficial outcome and attain their goals in real estate.
Pamela was an adjunct professor at East West University, having taught courses in Business Law, Wage and Benefit Administration, and Labor Law and Relations. She also gave a seminar to students at East West University, entitled “Personal Finances, Student Debt, and Beyond” and was a panel moderator for an American Bar Association discussion entitled “The Effect of Padilla”. Pamela is a Council member of the Hellenic American Leadership Council, a board member of the Hellenic Bar Association, and a board member of the Koraes Alumni Association. She also volunteers her time at the Hellenic Legal Assistance Services (HelLAS) legal clinic.
Areas of Practice
Real Estate Transactions
Real Estate Litigation
U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois
DePaul University College of Law, Chicago, Illinois
J.D. - 2011
University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois
B.A. - 2008
Minor: Political Science