Neil M. Schiller


Neil Schiller is a partner in the West Palm Beach office of Arnstein & Lehr LLP and a member and lobbyist for the firm’s Municipal & Governmental Practice Group. His practice concentrates on land use and development law, government contracts, and local, state and federal lobbying. Having worked with many elected officials on political and other grass roots campaigns, he has a vast network of contacts and he’s dialed into the local, regional and Florida political landscape. Mr. Schiller has run many successful political campaigns in Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie counties and has extensive contacts with local civic activists and political leaders.

Over the years, Mr. Schiller has represented a wide variety of clients on a wide range of issues. Some of his large clients include the Baltimore Orioles, Oracle Computers, GL Homes, Toll Brothers, and All Aboard Florida. Among his smaller clients are Westway Towing, Mizner Country Club, and Yellow Cab. 

As a land use/development attorney, Mr. Schiller has successfully guided developers through the multifaceted approval process with issues such as site-plan approvals, rezonings, variances and special exceptions to name a few. In government procurement, Mr. Schiller has successfully navigated county and local procurement processes on behalf of multi-national corporations to small, local businesses to secure multimillion-dollar contracts. Mr. Schiller provides his clients with 360-degree representation assisting in the preparation of the submittal, creation of the oral presentation and the practice of questions and answers. He is currently “undefeated” in bid protests in Palm Beach County.

Bar Admissions

  • State of Florida
  • District of Columbia

Professional Activities and Achievements

South Florida Sun Sentinel “Super Lobbyist”
South Florida Business Journal Power Leader in Law (2014-2016)
“40 Under 40” list, South Florida Business Journal (2015)
Palm Beach County Homeless Coalition, board of directors
Palm Beach County Mayor’s Ball, co-chair
ESPN Boca Raton Bowl, executive committee
Jewish Association of Residential Care (JARC), board of directors
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Foundation Board (2008-2012)
Leadership Boca, Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce (2012)
Boca Raton Planning and Zoning Board (2007-2010)
Bill Clinton White House, 1997 intern
Democratic National Convention, 1996 intern
Maryland General Assembly, 1994 page


  • University of Miami (J.D., B.A.)