+ Municipal Law
+ Real Estate & Land Use
+ Government Relations
Harlan Spiroff’s practice concentration is in municipal, land use and administrative law for municipal clients and businesses. He is the Village Attorney for the Village of Wayne and also serves as Assistant City Attorney for the City of Elmhurst. He has and continues to assist in the representation of a number of other local governments in Greater Chicago including the City of Oakbrook Terrace as well as the Burr Ridge, Oak Brook, and Westmont Park Districts.
Harlan has served as Assistant Village Manager and Village Manager for the Village of Westmont and Assistant to the City Manager for the City of Highland Park. He is a member of the Local Government Committee of the DuPage County Bar Association and formerly served as Chairman (1987-1991). He serves as counsel to the DuPage Mayors and Managers Conference's Legislative Committee and has represented the Conference in various matters. He also serves as counsel for the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra and as an Arbitrator for the Court-Annexed Mandatory Arbitration Program for the 18th Judicial Circuit Court, DuPage County, Illinois.
He is the author numerous legal articles including a case note that appeared in the Northern Illinois University Law Review and articles in the Illinois Municipal Review and DuPage County Lawyers Bulletin. He has also been a speaker on various topics affecting local government for Illinois Municipal League, Illinois Association of Park Districts, DuPage County Bar Association and the DuPage Mayors and Managers Conference.
Juris Doctorate, Northern Illinois University where (Law Review)
Masters of Public Administration (with honors) Roosevelt University
Bachelors of Arts in sociology, Roosevelt University
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