Oliver C. Inslee, Esquire
I was born and raised in Chester County. I spent my early years in the Coatesville and Downingtown areas. After High School, I attended college at the University of Vermont. Through some hard work and natural curiosity, I did well academically and graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. I studied History and Spanish, but ultimately I decided that I wanted a career in law. While at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, I worked at the Allegheny County Public Defender's Office and at the personal injury law firm of Goodrich & Goodrich, P.C. This work allowed me to see how important it is for individuals to have a good lawyer when they deal with difficult, and sometimes life altering, legal problems. For most of us, we are forced to deal with these legal problems at some point during our lives. Because I want to directly help others in these situations, I became dedicated to creating my own practice after law school. With that in mind, I also focused time on Family Law, which has become a passion of mine. After completing law school, I returned to Chester County and began building my own private practice. I worked with Eric S. Coates in Oxford, Pennsylvania, where I focused my work on Family Law, Real Estate, Criminal Law and Estate Planning and Administration. Then in 2011, I took a position at the Law Offices of Tahir Mella, P.C. There, I was able to devote more time to the practice of Criminal and Immigration Law. I had the privilege of working on and winning many asylum cases, taking on felony criminal trials in Philadelphia and the surrounding Counties, and serving the Spanish speaking community. Now, my practice continues to focus on Criminal Defense and Immigration Law. My main goal, now and always, is to provide each client with great legal services at a reasonable cost.