Patrick Miller-Bartley

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Patrick Miller-Bartley joined McGillivary Steele Elkin LLP in September 2022 to help workers secure their rights. He has represented workers in federal and state wage and hour disputes, including restaurant servers, oilfield workers, delivery drivers, and a variety of federal and municipal employees. He also provides advice and representation to unions at all levels of government.

Patrick graduated in 2021 from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. While in law school, Patrick interned at the EEOC and worked at a local organization’s unemployment compensation project, representing workers who had been denied unemployment compensation in hearings and before the state appeals board. He also served as a Senior Editor on the Journal of Law and Social Change and participated in the school’s Child Advocacy Clinic.

Prior to joining the firm, Patrick clerked for the Honorable Judge Tracey Wollenberg of the Alaska Court of Appeals in Anchorage.

Patrick also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.


  • The University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D. 2021)

  • Cornell University (B.S. 2015)

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When McGillivary Steele Elkin LLP decides to take your case, it is because we believe there is an unacceptable workplace violation that has negatively impacted you or resulted in your employer paying less than what the law requires and which we have a reasonable chance of remedying. We recognize that meritorious claims should not go unremedied because of the level of a person’s resources.

To ensure accessible and available legal representation for all our clients, MSE handles cases through different forms of fee arrangements, including contingency fees, hourly fees and fixed fees.

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