J. Scholefield, P.E. Esq.
Outside of the law office, Pam enjoys spending time with
her husband and three dogs. When not doing things with
her own dogs, she can be found volunteering her time with
rescue dogs, riding her Harley or planning the next adventure
vacation. Most recently she has been training for another
triathlon and juggles to fit everything into her weekly
schedule. To add to the hectic lifestyle, she also recently
taken up golf.
Her doberman pinscher "JD", is a budding agility
competitior and has competed in a couple of events, but
is still in the learning phase so that is the given reason
he isn't winning. It may also have something to do with
the handler also still being in the learing phase as well.
Also part of her pack is a rare breed called a xoloitzquintle
(xolo for short) which is a Mexican hairless, but a 'grande'
size of about 60 lbs. And last but not least, a wiener
Several times week, she makes a point to work with the
rescue dogs at Aztec Doberman Rescue. Many of the dogs
have been neglected, need socialization and a little quality
time with someone before they can be adopted. Once they
have mastered walking on a leash (sometimes getting them
to this basic level of obedience is a challenge), and
have learned a few basic obedience commands, they are
Pam is an avid motorcycle rider and took up motorcycling
about 10 years ago at the urging of her husband. She took
a basic training course, started out on a smaller motorcycle
doing day rides but this only whetted her appetite for
bigger and better things.
Her current bike is a Harley Davidson Softail Deluxe
set up for distance riding. She has done several cross-country
rides, but her most memorable ride is her qualification
run for an endurance motorcycling recognition. She rode
her bike from The Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean
in 46 hours, non-stop. She stopped only for fuel and a
few hours rest about half-way. Of course, once she got
there, she had to ride back, but at a more leisurely pace.
She can also be found running, swimming, weight training
and bicycling in order to compete in upcoming triathlons.
This has been something that Pam has wanted to do for
years, and after the first one in 2009, she is preparing
for more to come.
As for vacations, Pam looks for places off the beaten
path. Not being content with leisurely getaways, she seeks
out trips like motorcycling all over Utah, motorcycling
all over the Dominican Republic, cascading (jumping off
waterfalls), rafting the remote rivers in the Panamanian
jungle, and of course, finding Mayan ruins in places where
no tour bus has ever ventured. She has also driven the
Baja 500 race course in off-road race cars, but not during
the race. As for basic fun things to do, she enjoys snow
skiing, kayaking, bicycling, hiking and snorkeling.
Telephone: 619-544-0086 ext. 102