Alé Dalton is passionate about helping clients do business better by guiding them through the highly regulated landscape of the healthcare industry. As a partner in Bradley’s Healthcare Practice Group, which is consistently ranked by industry and legal publications as one of the top healthcare practices in the country, she prides herself on providing practical advice to her clients on a wide range of transactional, operational, and regulatory matters. Alé is experienced in negotiating complex transactions, counseling on licensing and accreditation standards, ensuring compliance of day-to-day operations, and evaluating clinical research arrangements. 

As part of her practice, Alé is actively involved in efforts to meet the legal service gaps by staffing community legal clinics and through Bradley’s pro bono program. She cares deeply about the future of the legal profession, mentoring junior lawyers, and building the kind of law firm where folks can happily thrive. Alé serves as chair of the American Health Law Association’s Early Career Professionals Council, the vice chair of Bradley’s Lawyers of Color Resource Group, and a liaison for Bradley’s Women’s (Winn) Initiative. She previously served as a member of Bradley’s Recruiting Committee.

Alé’s philanthropic and professional achievements have been celebrated by her peers and community, including being named to the Nashville Post’s “In Charge – Legal” list and as one of Nashville’s “Top 30 Under 30.” She has been recognized in the Hispanic National Bar Association's “Top Lawyers Under 40,” Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch, and Mid-South Super Lawyers’ “Rising Stars.” She is a recipient of the University of Tennessee Knoxville’s Alumni Promise Award, Bradley’s Cameron J. Miller Award for Excellence and Community Service, and the Nashville Emerging Leader Award.

Alé graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Law (cum laude), where she served as the executive editor of the Tennessee Law Review and a senior editor of Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law. She received her undergraduate degree (magna cum laude) from Lipscomb University.