ABOUT

Roseann Ivanovich is an experienced Indiana trial attorney.

Ms. Ivanovich's journey toward the courtroom started at Valparaiso University where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism (1982) with an emphasis in Political Science and Business. After graduation she joined the work force in Chicago as the Director of Practice Development at the American Medical Association. She also worked as a turnaround professional at several major hospitals in the Chicago area, achieving and exceeding expectations. She then entered the Valparaiso University School of Law, obtaining her Juris Doctorate Degree in 2000.

A Passion for Law and Justice

Roseann's passion has always been working in the field of law. She started her career at the largest law firm in Northwest Indiana and within six months followed her desire to begin her own law firm.

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The Road to Becoming a Resourceful Trial Attorney

Roseann will frequently utilize the experience of seasoned investigators to explore the facts surrounding her cases. On occasion, she has also conducted further trial investigation on her own. She often visits crime scenes and has discovered valuable information that was the difference in helping an innocent person to be found not guilty and to return to his family.

Roseann Ivanovich has spent years as a defense attorney ensuring the rights of those who have been accused of crimes. She has attended multiple trial skills seminars, including week-long advanced trial skills programs. But the true measure of her ability comes not from schools or seminars. It comes from the thousands of hours spent in courtrooms, in front of juries, and defending the rights of those accused of a crime.

What separates Roseann from other Criminal Defense Attorneys is the experience she has as a public defender.

She is highly experienced in the practice of law in the Northwest Indiana area. In fact, she has a county contract to provide criminal defense services as a public defender. During her time as a public defender, she has spent countless hours preparing, planning, strategizing, and anticipating the outcome of jury trials. All that time adds up to a keen sense of how a criminal case in Northwest Indiana will turn out. This knowledge cannot be bought, or given. It can only be gained through time in a courtroom.