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Patrick R. Miner

Associate, Lisle Office

ph: 630-929-3639

Practice Areas: Litigation, Municipal Law

Patrick R. Miner

Patrick R. Miner practices in the area of local government law with a focus on municipalities and park districts. He represents his clients in day-to-day legal issues, litigation, and as a municipal prosecutor.

As an associate attorney, Patrick’s commitment to his clients is unwavering. He thrives on working closely with them, helping them chart a course for the future, and tackling complex challenges head-on. Whether it’s planning for what lies ahead or finding solutions to intricate problems, Patrick’s passion lies in the difference he can make in the lives of his clients.

Prior to joining Robbins Schwartz, Patrick worked as an Assistant State’s Attorney in DuPage County. In that role, he was responsible for supervising the prosecution of hundreds of pending misdemeanor and felony cases, including trying numerous cases to verdict at both bench and jury trials.

From an early age, Patrick’s grandfather, a seasoned attorney, became an enduring role model in his life. The wisdom and dedication of his grandfather left an indelible impression, inspiring him to follow in those illustrious legal footsteps.

Beyond his legal pursuits, Patrick embraces a variety of hobbies. He enjoys a game of golf, and in the winter, he enjoys skiing.  For the times in between, running offers a chance to clear his mind and recharge, drawing parallels to his professional life, where each stride forward brings him closer to his goals.


  • J.D., IIT Chicago Kent College of Law
  • B.A., Indiana University

Admitted to Practice

  • Supreme Court of Illinois


  • DuPage County Bar Association
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • Illinois Local Government Lawyers Association
  • Illinois Association of Park Districts

Recent Presentations

  • Boardmanship I, Boardmanship II 2024, IADP/IPRA Soaring to New Heights Conference (January 2024)
  • Boardmanship I, Boardmanship II, Social Media/Electronic Communication for the Candidate and the Elected Official, 2023 IADP/IPRA Soaring to New Heights Conference (January 2023)
  • Board Ethics, IAPD Boot Camp (May 2023, June 2023)