Albert Dale Clary

Mediator & Arbitrator


Albert Dale Clary is a partner at Long Law Firm, L.L.P. based in Baton Rouge and has been practicing law since 1979. Early in his career, Dale clerked for Judge Frank Foil on the 19th Judicial District Court in East Baton Rouge Parish and worked as an associate attorney and then partner for Franklin, Moore & Walsh in Baton Rouge. Dale’s career has primarily been devoted to design and construction disputes and his clients have included architects, engineers, developers, construction firms, owners and public agencies. He has broad experience in technical matters and in document-intensive construction cases. Dale is experienced in early mediation and other early alternative dispute resolution and is a neutral for the American Arbitration Association. He has spoken extensively to numerous construction and professional groups about legal issues unique to the industry and has testified before Louisiana legislative committees on similar topics.


Louisiana State University, Psychology, BA, 1975

Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, JD, 1979

Bar Admissions

All Louisiana State Courts

U.S. District Court for the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana

U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals


AV rated Martindale-Hubbell

Super Lawyers, 2017 - 2020


American Bar Association, Forum on Construction Law

Louisiana State Bar Association

Baton Rouge Bar Association

Louisiana Association of Christian Lawyers

Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel

The Federalist Society, Baton Rouge Lawyers Chapter, board member

Construction Defect, Legal Malpractice, Louisiana Arbitrators, Louisiana Mediators, Premises Liability, Products Liability