Mims Business Consulting is a WBENC-Certified woman-owned business, based in Pasadena, California.  We have over 25 years experience in workflow systemization, administrative consulting, and office productivity consulting and training.

We are Southern California's leading on-site and virtual law firm organizing and systemization experts. Our reputation for excellence is rooted in our commitment to deliver exceptional results by helping our clients increase efficiency, and enhance profitability, billing and productivity. We take a strategic approach to operational efficiency, with customized solutions and training designed to transform your team’s workflow practices.  Download our Capability Statement.

Meet Pamela Mims... Productivity and Office Efficiency Strategist.  Pamela Mims is an award-winning entrepreneur and productivity consultant.  As a former legal secretary for 14 years, with high profile law firms such as O'Melveny & Myers, Loeb & Loeb, Skadden Arps, and Hill Farrer & Burrill, Pamela founded Mims Business Consulting in 1994, where she put her workflow systemization best practices to use for a range of clients. 

She also founded In A Word...Word Processing and Secretarial Services in 1991, which provided legal secretarial services, word processing, tape transcription, data entry and executive resume services to law firms in Southern California. In A Word... soon became a "one-stop shop" for a variety of clients and industries; including law firms who utilized the company for court filings, documentation preparation and file organization.

Pamela Mims and her companies have been featured in the THE Magazine 50 Fabulous Women (2013) Los Angeles Times (1996), the Pasadena Star News and Pasadena Weekly (1998). She is also the recipient of the 41st Assembly District 2017 Woman of Distinction Nominee and 2005 Women in Business Award.


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