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   3Michael B. StillmanEvergreen Park(708) 424-5678mstillman@odelsonsterk.commstillman@odelsonsterk.comOdelson & Sterk Ltdwww.odelsonsterk.comwww.odelsonsterk.comstillmanmichaelb.jpgGovernmental, Municipal, Lobbying & Administrative LawLand Use, Zoning & Condemnation LawPersonal Injury Defense Law: GeneralSchool Law
Michael B.
Odelson & Sterk Ltd
3318 W 95th St
Evergreen Park IL 60805
Ph.(708) 424-5678 Fx.(708) 741-5053
Recommended by peers in:
Governmental, Municipal, Lobbying & Administrative Law
Land Use, Zoning & Condemnation Law
Personal Injury Defense Law: General
School Law
County:  Cook
Litigator:  Yes

Practice Description:  
A partner at Odelson & Sterk, Ltd., Michael Stillman brings significant trial experience in many areas of complex legal defense litigation. Additionally, he has a wealth of experience in representing units of local government, including municipalities.

Mike has tried over 40 cases to verdict throughout Illinois, including medical malpractice cases, complex civil litigation, and construction litigation. Prior to joining Odelson & Sterk, Ltd., he was a managing shareholder of a mid-size Chicago litigation law firm.

As a village attorney, Mike provides legal advice to the Village President and Village Board. He also serves as general counsel for park districts and school districts, and previously was a Special Illinois Attorney General and Special Will County State’s Attorney. Currently, he serves as special outside counsel in major litigation and workers' compensation matters.

Bar Admissions:  
U.S. District Court
U.S. Supreme Court

Year of Birth:  1969

Law School:  DePaul University School of Law, J.D., 1994

Undergraduate School:  Bradley University, B.S., 1991

Undergraduate School Honors/Involvement:  Outstanding Young Graduate, 2005

Community Involvement:  
Mike has served on many not-for-profit boards, including Little Company of Mary Affiliates Board and Brother Rice Board of Directors. Previously, he served as an elected board member to the Community High School District 218 Board for eight years, six of which he served as president. He was also an elected trustee in Worth Township for four years. Currently, he is the chairman of the Brother Rice High School Foundation Board.

Mike lives in the Southwest suburbs. He is the father to two teenage children.

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