Born: Feb. 26, 1985
Firm/Company: Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, Princeton
Law School: Villanova Univ. School of Law, J.D., 2010
College: Loyola Univ., Maryland, B.A., psychology, 2007
Clerkships: Kryan Connor, J.S.C., 2010-11
Career: Current firm, associate, 2013-present; Naulty, Scaricamazza & McDevitt, associate, 2011-13
Profile: Aloi concentrates her practice on long-term care litigation, particularly in the areas of medical malpractice defense and premises liability. The majority of her clients are self-insured nursing home corporations with both long-term care and subacute rehabilitation facilities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Aloi has taken and defended countless depositions in her three years of practice and is a dedicated advocate for her clients. She has the ability to develop strong professional relationships with her clients while getting to know them personally. She excels at instilling confidence and trust in health-care professionals often facing challenging depositions and investigations. In terms of her advocacy before the court, Aloi has recently been successful in obtaining dismissals of several cases for one of her clients via motion practice. Specializing in long-term care defense, Aloi has also been successful in enforcing arbitration clauses in numerous cases and removing these cases from the court’s jurisdiction via both motion practice and negotiations with opposing counsel. She has a talent for developing strong working relationships with her adversaries, which is reflected throughout the litigation process in each case she handles. Aloi lends her personal time and expertise as a mentor for current law students, as well as high school students interested in pursuing legal careers, and she volunteers for the American Heart Association and takes on pro bono cases through Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.