Learn More

The Law Offices of Reem Odeh is premised upon the ideal that each and every one of our client’s is valuable. Attorney Odeh and her associates combine practical court experience, diligence and perseverance in defending clients. They provide personalized and tailored legal representation that will help you achieve your desired objective, and they are committed to prjennifer reemoviding aggressive and professional legal representation and counsel in all areas of criminal defense, family law, personal injury, immigration and nationality law, and all areas of civil and commercial litigation.

The Law Offices of Reem Odeh is located in the heart of the city withing walking distance to most courts and city offices at 134 N. La Salle, the same office as the Law Offices of Sandaman, Levy, & Petrich. It is composed of a network of individual attorneys consisting of a diverse legal staff that speaks a range of languages including Spanish, Polish, and Arabic.”In 2008 Ms. Odeh was nominated as a Delegate for the Democratic National Convention to reprsent the 13th Congressional District. She has been featured in several book and articles including “I Speak For Myself” and “Drew Peterson, Exposed.”

Upon being admitted to practice law, Ms. Odeh was hired by the Law Firm of Fioretti, Des Jardins & Reda and was strongly concentrated in eminent-domain law. She was appointed as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Illinois, and she regularly represented the State of Illinois in a full range of property condemnation proceedings in Cook and Will counties.

Attorney Reem Odeh has represented clients in high profile cases, including her vital role in the case of People v. Drew Peterson in Will County Illinois while she was an owner and partner of the Law Firm of Brodsky & Odeh. As the partner of the firm Brodsky & Odeh, Ms. Odeh, along with several attorneys was responsible for the recent Illinois Appellate Court’s decicion in which the Illinois Appellate Court held that expert testimony based on speculation or conjecture will be excluded, People v. Peterson 351 Ill. Dec. 899, 952 N.E.2d 691 (Ill.App. 3 Dist. 2011).