Davorin J. Odrcic is an immigration lawyer based in Milwaukee and principal owner ofOdrcic Law Group, LLC. He is been a licensed attorney since 2001. Davorin began practicing immigration law in 2006. Since 2018 Davorin has been annually recognized by Best Lawyers® in the field of immigration law. In 2022 and 2024 Best Lawyers® named Davorin ‘Lawyer Of The Year’ in Milwaukee in the field of immigration law.
Davorin is the author of the Immigration Consequences of Wisconsin Criminal Offenses, which is published through the State Bar of Wisconsin. Additional information about the book can be found here
In addition to co-authoring several articles for the Wisconsin Lawyer, Davorin is a frequent speaker on immigration issues, including guest-lecturing at the University of Wisconsin Law School, Marquette University, as well as at the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Davorin has also presented at national, regional, and local conferences hosted by the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He has also made several presentations at state judicial conferences in Wisconsin regarding the immigration consequences of Wisconsin criminal convictions. His full curricula vitae may be accessed here
Davorin has been a faculty member at the Immigration Court Trial Advocacy College in Kansas City, Missouri since 2021. The Trial College teaches case strategy and witness preparation for new immigration lawyers who want represent clients in immigration court.
Davorin served as program chair for the State Bar’s seminar titled Beyond Padilla v. Kentucky: The Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions. The seminar earned the State Bar a national award for Outstanding Achievement in Programs by the “Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA).”
In 2014, the U.S. Department of Justice conferred the Distinguished Public Service Award on Davorin regarding his pro bono legal service for the family members of the victims of the violence at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.