The John Marshall Law School, J.D. cum laude (2017), Member, Phi Delta Phi: The International Legal Honor Society
Loyola University of Chicago, B.S. (2012), Psychology, Minor in Criminal Justice
Ishita Saran understands that a family dispute can be complex, emotionally taxing, and creates ambiguity in the lives of those involved. She counsels her clients through these tough times by giving them the clarity they require and providing them with personalized solutions. Ms. Saran creates a customized plan by listening to her client's needs, recognizing the purpose behind their goals, laying out all their options, and explaining the consequences of choosing any one track. She then uses tact, and zealous advocacy, in working towards obtaining favorable results.
Having grown up in India, United Arab Emirates and Oman, Ms. Saran has been exposed to several cultures. This exposure makes it capable for her to appreciate the impact various forms of diversity can have on a family unit. She takes into evaluation social, cultural, and religious norms when building solutions.
- Illinois (2017)
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Chicago Bar Association
- Women's Bar Association of Illinois
- DuPage County Bar Association
Articles and Publications
- Spoliation of Social Media Evidence: Think Before You Delete
- Newsletter Vol. 9, No. 4 – Fall
Ms. Saran started her career at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck, LLP, as a law clerk in 2015 and was hired as an Associate in 2017. Ms. Saran graduated cum laude from The John Marshall Law School in 2017. She competed successfully in The Honorable Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition, and The Child Welfare & Adoption Law Moot Court Competition, where she received several best brief awards. Ms. Saran also received a CALI Award in Family Law, an award for obtaining the highest academic achievement in the course. While a law student, she interned in the Domestic Relations Division in Daley Center for The Honorable Mark J. Lopez where she obtained valuable insight into the workings of the family law judicial system.