Jane Smedley Anzalone is a 1998 cum laude graduate of King’s College, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, where she received a bachelor’s degree in biology, a certificate in molecular biology and a minor in secondary education. In 2001, she graduated from The Pennsylvania State University of the Dickinson School of Law.
While attending law school, Attorney Smedley Anzalone interned as a law clerk to the Honorable Patrick J. Toole of the Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas. For the next ten years, Attorney Smedley Anzalone was a law clerk to the Honorable Robert A. Mazzoni of the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas. From 2007 until 2011, Attorney Smedley Anzalone was also an associate at Vinsko & Associates, P.C., where she focused her practice on personal injury and employment law. For the last five years, Attorney Smedley Anzalone was an associate in the commercial department at Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn, P.C.
As a commercial attorney, Attorney Smedley Anzalone has vast experience in all aspects of creditor’s rights, banking, real estate, landlord-tenant, business organization, insurance disputes, guardianships and estate law. She has been recognized numerous times as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, Rising Star. Jane is community minded and serves on the board of the YMCA and United Way of Wilkes-Barre. Attorney Smedley Anzalone will co-chair the United Way 2017 Campaign. She is a past participant of the Ryan’s Run, a fundraising opportunity benefitting Allied Services, where she successfully completed the New York City Marathon.
2001 The Pennsylvania State University of the Dickinson School of Law
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Jane Smedley Anzalone
“I view my role as an attorney as twofold. First and foremost, I am a voice for my client. Second, I am the protector of my client’s interests. Whether in the board room or the courtroom, I hold the privilege of speaking for my client, whether it be to assist in the progression and development of a business, the creation or implementation of an estate plan, or the resolution of some harm that has occurred. I work to protect my clients from potential exposure and work diligently to achieve the client’s ultimate goal. To me, these two factors allow me the privilege of calling myself an advocate.”
Jane Smedley Anzalone