My name is Stephanie Ovadia. I’m an attorney, radio show host, and mother of eight children. I live on Long Island and practice law at the Law Office of Stephanie G. Ovadia. We were located in East Meadow, but are now located at 1080 Grand Avenue, Suite 200 F, South Hempstead, NY 11550.
As an attorney, I’ve been practicing for over thirty years. I graduated from Southwestern University School of Law and was admitted to practice soon after graduation. After the retirement of my legal mentor Phillip M Unger and his law firm’s closure, I established the Law Office of Stephanie G. Ovadia in 1993.
In the time I’ve been a licensed attorney, I’ve represented over 1,000 clients and have achieved millions in awards and settlements. For most of my legal career, I’ve practiced plaintiff-side personal injury law. In that time, I’ve encountered just about every type of personal injury case that could be imagined.
I’ve also received a deluge of press coverage for the celebrities that I’ve represented. While entertainment law is part of my practice, I’ve handled cases for people from all walks of life. The Law Office of Stephanie G. Ovadia even says on the window that “ALL LEGAL MATTERS ARE WELCOME!” because I never charge an initial consultation fee just to listen to a potential matter.
As a radio show host, I’ve been the namesake of the Stephanie O Show for the last few years. The Stephanie O Show is a celebrity news and talk radio program. My co-host is Adriane Schwartz, the West Coast Bureau Chief of Life & Style, Intouch Magazine and Closer Magazine. It airs live on Wednesday nights from 10pm to 11pm on 103.9 FM, LI News Radio. The broadcasting is replayed every Sunday from 5pm to 6pm as part of the Lifestyle Sunday programming block.
The Stephanie O Show has had an amazing following since its premiere. We have been very fortunate to have a large, loyal following. Soon, the Stephanie O Show will be airing on the Roku platform.
As a mother, I’ve been blessed with eight wonderful children. My kids range in age from twin eight year olds to a twenty-seven year old son. As a mother and attorney, I’ve taken the matter of bullying very seriously. Today, cyberbullying is an unfortunate consequence of the technological advances society has achieved. I’ve lectured on the topic and am currently in the process of creating a charitable organization related to it.