Scott M. Day

With over three decades of legal experience and expertise, Scott Day established his Naperville practice in 1984 focusing his career in real estate litigation. He has achieved the preeminent AV rating.

With a BFA in Industrial Design from the University of Illinois, Scott received his law degree from Loyola University of Chicago in 1981 and was admitted to the Illinois bar that same year. He spent three years working as an Assistant State's Attorney for DuPage County before entering into private practice.

Since founding Day & Robert, P.C., Scott has served as lead trial counsel in hundreds of cases prosecuted on behalf of cities, villages, counties, water reclamation districts, park districts and preservation districts throughout DuPage, Cook and the surrounding collar counties. He has also served as lead appellate counsel in litigation before various appellate courts and the Illinois Supreme Court. Scott's vast expertise in the field of eminent domain is unparalleled, as is his knowledge and experience in zoning, municipal law and complex commercial real estate litigation.

Scott's experience also includes representing clients before a variety of Illinois state agencies, including contested proceedings before the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. His diverse legal expertise has been recognized by both Illinois legislators and governmental entities who have retained him to draft legislation for the State of Illinois.

Outside of the office Scott enjoys his family, church activities, tennis and golf.