John Marshall Law School, J.D. (2018)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, B.S. (2015)
As an Associate at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck, LLP, Dillon A. O’Toole focuses his practice on intricate financial matters, sophisticated legal issues, and child custody disputes. Dillon understands that a family dispute can be complex and emotionally taxing, which is why he strives to effectively communicate and provide individualized attention to each and every client. Dillon believes that mutual trust is the key to a successful attorney-client relationship, and he prides himself on being an approachable resource to all clients. Family law clients stand to benefit from his zealous advocacy and diverse educational and professional experiences.
Dillon began his legal career at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck, LLP as a law clerk in 2016 and was hired as an Associate in 2018. He earned his Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School in 2018 where he focused his studies on Litigation, Business, Real Estate, Tax, and Family Law. At John Marshall, Dillon received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Income Taxation and Real Estate Transactions, an honor awarded to the highest scoring student in a law school class.
- Illinois (2018)
- Chicago Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
During law school, Dillon paired his passion for family law with a wealth of practical experience. As an Executive Board Member for the John Marshall Family Law Society, he drafted and distributed legal memoranda outlining the statutory changes relevant to the practice of family law. Dillon further enhanced his practical skills as a contributing member of the John Marshall Domestic Violence and Family Law Clinic where he worked with clients to create goals and objectives, discuss available options, and form efficient and effective plans for representation.
Dillon received his Bachelor of Science Degree from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. During his time at The University of Illinois, Dillon worked hand in hand with the Interfraternity Council (IFC) to ensure the U of I Greek community was acting in compliance with the IFC’s Constitution and Bylaws.