Tim O'Shea is a Colorado native with a unique and diverse background in business, criminal defense, and civil litigation. Prior to entering the legal profession, Mr. O'Shea spent ten years with Nova Group of Japan in its Tokyo, Boston, and Chicago offices. Beginning his career teaching English as a Second Language in Japan, he became a recruiting manager in Boston, and eventually opened and ran the company's Chicago office.
Shifting careers, Mr. O'Shea trained at DePaul University College of Law, where he was a teaching assistant in the Legal Writing Department and a licensed clerk with the offices of the Cook County Public Defender and the Colorado State Public Defender. After graduating he practiced as a solo attorney for three years in Chicago. Mr. O'Shea handled civil matters for plaintiffs and defended citizens charged with criminal offenses, winning trials in both settings. He then joined the Cook County Public Defender's Office, where he tried over 75 cases in Chicago’s criminal courts. Mr. O’Shea secured not-guilty verdicts in cases ranging from drug possession to domestic battery. He returned home to Colorado to practice, putting his litigation and trial experience to work for clients facing the power and resources of the insurance industry.
Mr. O'Shea is dedicated to serving his community in Pueblo, and frequently assists the underserved through Colorado Legal Services. He also chaired the Board of Trustees of the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center and Foundation Board of the Arts Academy at Pueblo County High School, and currently serves as Vice President of the Pueblo County Bar Association.
I highly recommend calling Tim O'Shea at the Pueblo office if you are looking for legal help. I immediately knew I had called the right man to represent us with our case. He was welcoming, genuine, sincere and had a caring approach that put us at ease heading into our case. He was thorough in reviewing our situation and extremely insightful regarding our rights. When you need help reach out to Mr. O'Shea. I am grateful and thankful that I did! - Grant
- Colorado College (B.A., 1991)
- DePaul University College of Law (J.D., 2007)
- United States District Court for the District of Colorado
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois