|University of Illinois, B.S.
|University of Illinois College of Law, J.D.
|Illinois State Bar Association
|Wisconsin State Bar Association
|Black Women Lawyers Association of Greater Chicago
Sade B. Ojediran is an attorney with subrogation law firm Keis George LLP. Sade joined the Chicago, Illinois office as a trial lawyer, concentrating her practice on all aspects of insurance litigation and post-judgment enforcement.
A versatile litigator, Sade is adept in all aspects of civil procedure. Clients will value Sade’s comprehensive experience in providing effective counsel from the initial filing to recovery.
Sade’s career began in court, where she focused on consumer and commercial litigation involving breach of contract. Before joining Keis George, Sade represented financial institutions in consumer litigation matters for a nationally recognized debt collection firm. Sade utilized post-judgment enforcement tools to discover assets and recover funds for her clients. Sade minimized risk as she performed audits to ensure regulatory and statutory compliance.
Illinois Subrogation Attorney
Sade received her J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law and earned a degree in political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. During law school, Sade served as the President of the University of Illinois Black Law Student Association. She is a member of the Black Women Lawyers Association of Greater Chicago, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the Wisconsin State Bar Association. Sade helps children realize their academic and social potential as she serves as a youth mentor.