Sandi Odisho was born in Baghdad, Iraq, but relocated to the United States with her family after the Gulf War. Her family settled in Troy, Michigan where Sandi grew up.
Sandi graduated from Wayne State University Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice. From there she attended Western Michigan University Cooley Law School where she received an academic scholarship and was actively involved in Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions.
Sandi has dedicated her legal career to helping the helpless. Early in her career she worked at the Oakland County Circuit Court’s family division (Friend of the Court) where she worked tirelessly to ensure that children received the medical and child support they deserved. She also dedicated her time as an extern at the Family Law Assistance Project, where she represented low-income clients in various family law matters, including divorce, child support, spousal support, child custody and parenting time issues.
Now Sandi dedicates her law practice to representing victims of personal injury where she handles some of the firm’s most significant personal injury cases. In addition, she also represents both individuals as well as medical providers in first and third-party no-fault claims. Whatever matter she is working on, Sandi is a tenacious advocate for her clients and fights for the justice they deserve.
Sandi also remains dedicated to her community and volunteers in various programs such as Habitat for Humanity and Gleaners Food Bank. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and ballroom dancing. Sandi is fluent in Arabic and Chaldean.
State Bar of Michigan
Oakland County Bar Association
Michigan Association of Justice
Women Lawyers Association of Michigan
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (Magna Cum Laude) – Wayne State University
Juris Doctorate – Western Michigan University Cooley Law School