Central Illinois Office
202 N. Prospect Road
Bloomington, IL 61701

Direct Phone:  309.828.1995
Fax:  309.828.1994

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Practice Areas
Local Government
Labor & Employment
Land Use
J.D., Notre Dame Law School
B.A., University of Illinois at Springfield
Bar & Court Admissions
Central District of Illinois
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
Illinois State Bar Association

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J. Todd Greenburg
Senior Counsel

Todd has more than 30 years of experience in the practice of local government law.

Todd Greenburg grew up in Danville, Illinois and attended public schools there.

He was an associate member of a private law firm in Danville and has been an assistant State’s Attorney for McLean County, Illinois, a Deputy Corporation Counsel for the Town of Normal, Illinois, and Corporation Counsel for the cities of Bloomington and Springfield, Illinois. In 2023, he joined Ancel Glink, P.C. 
Mr. Greenburg has provided legal opinions to municipal officials on matters of federal, state and municipal law, drafted ordinances, represented municipalities in court and before administrative agencies, and assisted in the negotiation of municipal contracts involving property acquisition, intergovernmental agreements and collective bargaining matters. He has argued cases before the Illinois Supreme Court, the Fourth District Appellate Court, and the federal Central District of Illinois. He serves as the Administrative Adjudication Hearing Officer for a number of municipalities.

He lives in Normal, Illinois with his wife, Cindy.


  • He has presented on “Ethics and Conflicts of Interest” to newly elected officials at a meeting of the Illinois Municipal League, to city clerks at a meeting of the Central Illinois Municipal Clerks Organization, and to attorneys at the Illinois Local Government Lawyers Association
  • He has presented on the Illinois Public Safety Employee Benefits Act to the Illinois Public Employer Labor Relations Association 
  • He has presented on the Decennial Committees on Local Government Efficiencies Act to the Township Officials of Illinois