RADUSA OSTOJIC, a Senior Associate, comes to LEF with well over three decades of civil defense litigation. She defended clients in 49 jury trials to verdict. During her legal career, Radusa handled a wide spectrum of personal injury cases including premises liability, dog bite, food and carbon-monoxide poisoning, fire, declaratory judgments, and more recently nursing home and trucking accident matters.
Radusa is committed to giving back to the community and dedicates her free time to a local Chicago public school where she implemented seasonal pleasure reading programs. Radusa also allocates her free time as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, Feed the Starving Children, and numerous other causes. Radusa served as an adjunct professor at UIC Law and judged many state and local trial and moot court competitions. For a change of pace, Radusa takes a brush instead of a pen to compose original still life and portrait oil paintings on stretched canvas.
Radusa is admitted to practice in the State of Illinois, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and The United States Supreme Court. Radusa received her juris doctorate with distinction from The John Marshall Law School, where she also served on the Moot Court executive board.