Djuana O’Connor Oshin has nineteen years of experience in litigating highly contested divorce and parentage proceedings involving custody, visitation, orders of protection, property, child support, and maintenance.
Additionally, over the course of several years, she recruited, trained and supervised attorneys and paralegals, and managed day-to-day operations in her previous positions at two Chicago-area legal aid agencies, as well as the Office of the Cook County Public Guardian.
Ms. O’Connor Oshin currently maintains a solo practice concentrating in family law. She has recently joined Spencer Scott PLLC.
She was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1991. Ms. O’Connor Oshin received her law and undergraduate degrees from Loyola University Chicago, and recently completed a 40-hour mediation training at Northwestern University.
She is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, and the Chicago Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution.
Ms. O’Connor Oshin has given presentations on family law to the Chicago Bar Association, West Suburban Bar Association, 2014 and 2017 Illinois Legal Aid Advocates Conference, Illinois Parent Attorney Network, the Department of Children and Family Services, Cook County Juvenile Court personnel, and several domestic violence organizations.
She has an advanced-level proficiency in Spanish.