Alé Dalton (’16)

Category: Alumni Promise | Awards

2021 Alumni Promise Award Winner

Though early in her career, Alé Dalton has accomplished an enormous amount and strives every day to better lives through the legal profession.

Dalton earned her JD from UT in 2016. While in school, she was executive editor of the Tennessee Law Review. Though a big job, she still found time to do volunteer legal work, resulting in a service medallion from the Tennessee Center for Leadership and Service, a distinguished service award from the College of Law, and the title of Law Student for Justice from the Tennessee Supreme Court. She was also a member of the College of Law Dean’s Advisory Council and the Class Gift Committee and served as a UT Law Ambassador and senior editor for Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law.

Since graduating, Dalton has worked at Bradley, with a focus on health care law. She still reserves time for pro bono work and is recognized for her community service. Twice she has been appointed to serve on the Latina Commission of the Hispanic National Bar Association and was recently appointed to the American Health Law Association’s Young Professionals Council. In 2016, she graduated from the Tennessee Bar Association’s Diversity Leadership Institute and in 2020, she graduated from the Hispanic National Bar Association’s Latina Leadership Academy. She was named by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to the 2019 class of Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30, which recognizes the city’s top professionals and philanthropists under the age of 30.