Amari & llocallo
Chicago

(312) 255-8550

 
Bloomingdale

(630) 307-3700

 
Email: vao@amari-locallo.com Phone: 312-255-8550 Direct: 312-255-0101 ext. 412 Fax: 312-255-8551 vCard: Download

Vincent A. Oppedisano
Email: vao@amari-locallo.com
Phone: 312-255-8550
Direct: 312-255-0101 ext. 412
Fax: 312-255-8551
vCard: Download

  • Professional Experience
    • Vince Oppedisano served as a law clerk with the firm while attending The John Marshall Law School. He serves the firm’s real estate tax assessment matters, representing commercial, industrial, and residential taxpayers before the Cook County Assessor’s Office and the Cook County Board of Review.
    • While in law school, Vince also served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Frank B. Castiglione of the Circuit Court of Cook County and clerked at the law firm of Romanucci & Blandin.
  • Education and Honors
    • J.D., cum laude – The John Marshall Law School (2013)
      • Graduated “Order of John Marshall” (top 6% of class)
      • Staff Editor – THE JOHN MARSHALL LAW REVIEW
      • CALI Excellence for the Future Award Recipient (highest scoring student) – Family Law, Income Taxation, Payment Systems
    • B.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2010)
  • Bar Admissions
    • Illinois (2013)
  • Professional Recognition
    • Selected to Rising Stars, Illinois Super Lawyers (2017)
  • Professional and Civic Activities
    • Member – Illinois State Bar Association
      • Member – Young Lawyers Division Council
    • Member – Justinian Society of Lawyers
  • Selected Presentations/Publications
    • “What Is Avvo & Is It Worth My Time?”, ISBA YLD News, Vol. 62, No. 2 (October 2017)
    • “Marketing Yourself as a Young Lawyer Without Breaking the Rules”, ISBA YLD News, Vol. 61, No. 3 (December 2016)
    • “Communication Etiquette as a Young Lawyer – Responsiveness”, ISBA YLD News, Vol. 60, No. 2 (October 2015)
    • “Real Estate Taxes Too High? Appeal Them”, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (January 5, 2015)
    • “Defenses for Erroneous Homestead Exemption Hearings”, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (September 8, 2014)