Sonia Coleman has a law practice in Orland Park counseling clients on estate planning, probate, labor and employment, business formation, contracts negotiation and risk management issues.
She has developed and taught courses as an adjunct professor at Prairie State College, Dominican University and Moraine Valley Community College.
Coleman earned her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Howard University and her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University Chicago.
With a strong commitment to the community, Coleman has chaired committees for the Black Women Lawyers' Association of Greater Chicago and the Council on Legal Education Opportunity.
For her many contributions, Coleman received the Health Care Service Corporation's President's Diversity Award and the Black Women Lawyers' Association of Greater Chicago's President's Award.
She was selected to be a Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow in 2010, currently serves as a Faculty Advisor for The John Marshall Law School’s Business Enterprise Law Clinic, and is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, Orland Park Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Professional Women’s Network Chicago Southland and the Veterans Action Committee for the Tinley Park Chamber of Commerce.
Coleman resides in Tinley Park with her husband, Mark, and their two teenage children.