Raymond E. McAlonan joined Jacobson & Schwartz, LLP in 2000, and brings a diverse professional background to the Firm. Upon graduation from college, he began teaching in the New York City Public Schools, and his skills as an educator and a persuasive communicator have proven extremely valuable in the courtroom on behalf of Jacobson & Schwartz’s carrier clientele.


Ray’s litigation skills were developed in his role as a civil litigator while working with a prestigious New York City-based defense firm. During his career, he also became associated with the law firm that represented the Policemen's Benevolent Association of the New York Police Department. Subsequently, he was involved in a wide array of litigation involving the department and its police officers.


Email: rmcalonan@jsnylaw.com


Other Professional Credentials: 

  • Served as Trial Attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County specializing in criminal defense

  • Member of the Suffolk County Bar Association

  • Lecturer at Bar Association C.L.E. Classes

  • Member of the Nassau Suffolk Trial Lawyers Association

  • Served as an instructor at the Paralegal Institute in Manhattan

  • Served as Panel Arbitrator for UM and SUM disputes



  • Juris Doctor, St. John’s University School of Law, elected President of the Community Services Society

  • Bachelor’s, City of University of New York, Queens College

  • Admitted to New York Bar, 1976. 


Community Service:

Active member of his community, works with the Fresh Air Fund as a Host Family for New York City children. 


Mr. McAlonan is married and has one son.


Raymond E. McAlonan