Alana R. Bartley is a partner concentrating her practice primarily in the areas of insurance defense, creditors' rights and collection, real estate, and general civil litigation in state and federal courts. Among the clients she represents is one of the country's leading purchasers and servicers of loans, who hold over $1 billion in loan portfolio investments.

When asked about what clients can expect from her during representation she replies, "I am concerned with getting to a clear understanding regarding what my client has experienced and what he or she hopes to get out of a lawsuit.  Then, it is my job to convey their position in the papers I file and in front of the judge.  I've always loved the adversarial process and getting my client's viewpoint across as supported by the law."  

Alana is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the Women's Bar Association of Orange & Sullivan Counties.  She also serves as a prosecutor for a local municipality in the area of vehicle and traffic law.  

Professional Affiliations

Member, New York State Bar Association

Member, Orange County Bar Association

Member, Women's Bar Association of Orange & Sullivan Counties

Member, Young Professionals of Orange County, Orange County Chamber of Commerce

Community Activities

Member, Board of Directors, INSPIRE Foundation


  • Member, Connecticut Insurance Law Journal, Lead Articles Editor
  • Author, The Liability Insurance Regulation of Religious Institutions after the Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Scandal, 16 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal 505, 2011
  • Extern, State of Connecticut Department of Labor, 2008



  • 2011, New York
  • 2010, New Jersey
  • 2010, United States District Court, District of New Jersey
  • 2011, United States District Court, Southern and Northern Districts of New York
  • 2021, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
  • 2023, United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit


The College of Holy Cross, B.A., 2007
           Dean's List

The University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 2010

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