Pamela Vest-Boratyn serves as General Counsel for Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. She uses her almost 20 years of transactional, contract, employment, and litigation experience to supervise the work of six areas of the office, including the Collections, Employment Law, Education, Labor Relations, Opinions, and Transportation sections.
In her role as general counsel, Vest-Boratyn is not only responsible for leading her team, but also works on legal and policy issues. She works with federal, state, and local officials to cultivate collaborative relationships and offers resources with respect to the duties performed by the office.
Vest-Boratyn has held leadership and managerial positions in several state and local government offices. Most recently, she served as the Safety/Service Director for the City of Reynoldsburg, overseeing the public safety and public works functions of the city, as well as directing the administrative staff in city hall. She has also served as Chief Counsel to the Ohio Auditor of State, Legal Counsel at the Department of Administrative Services, and was formerly Chief of the Transportation Section of the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
Vest-Boratyn holds a bachelor of art in Diplomacy, Foreign Affairs and Political Science, as well as a master’s degree in American Political Systems and Law & Judicial Policy Making from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She also earned her law degree from Capital University Law School, graduating magna cum laude, and is a published law review author.