Ali Bartlett is an attorney in the Gaming Group at Bose McKinney & Evans. She also serves as a vice president in government relations with Bose Public Affairs Group.  Ali assists clients in policy, regulatory compliance, and licensing matters within the casino gaming and state lottery industries. She also has experience in legislative lobbying, municipal law, government procurement and general government regulatory work and administrative law. Ali is a member of International Masters of Gaming Law.

During law school, Ali was a member of the Moot Court Order of the Barristers and served as an appointed member of the Student Bar Association, a representative to the Dean’s Student Advisory Board and president of The Federalist Society. Ali also published an article in the Gaming Law Review as a law student, entitled “The Future of Sports Betting in the States: A Gamble on Federalism and the Growth of the Gaming Industry.”

Prior to practicing law, and during law school, Ali served as a legislative assistant for the Indiana House of Representatives, where she provided policy assistance to three state representatives: Representatives Holli Sullivan (Evansville), Hal Slager (Schererville) and Dave Wolkins (Wabash).


Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (J.D., 2018)
Purdue University (B.S., psychology, 2014)

Honors / Awards

The Federalist Society, Secretary, Student Organization of the Year, McKinney School of Law (2017); Indiana University McKinney School of Law Staton Moot Court Competition, Order of the Barristers

Appearances / Publications

Co-author “Take Precautionary Measures Before Offering Sports Wagering Information in Your Business,” BME alert, January 2020
“Blurring the Lines: The Interplay Between Lotteries and Gaming,” G3 Magazine, June 2019
“Sicuso & Miranda: What the Omnibus Gaming Bill Means for Hoosier Casinos,” The Indiana Lawyer, May 2019
“The Future of Sports Betting In the States: A Gamble on Federalism and the Growth of the Gaming Industry,” Gaming Law Review, Vol. 22, No. 8, October 2018
“Will Sports Betting Decision Open Door to More Virtual Sports Betting in the U.S.?” American Gaming Lawyer, Fall 2018

“A Candid Conversation About the Industry’s Top Legal Issues,” Gaming Laboratories International University’s 2019 Mid-Year Regional Gaming Regulators’ Seminar, July 11, 2019
“Gaming Laws,” 2019 IndyBar Bench Bar Conference, June 21, 2019
“Committee on Casinos: Focus on Indian Gaming – Policy Impacts of Tribal Gaming in Indiana,” National Council of Legislators from Gaming States Winter Meeting 2019
“Sports Betting Analysis,” Indiana Inns of Court Winter 2019
Legal Roundtable “Legal Considerations in State Level Legislative Lobbying on Sports Betting,” The Council of State Governments National Conference, December 2018
“Sports Betting: Disruption Breeds Innovation,” SportsUnited, August 22, 2018
“How Gaming Legislation Impacts All Hoosier Communities,” AIM Ideas Summit, 2018

Appointments / Memberships

Indianapolis Bar Association; International Masters of Gaming Law, Website Design Committee Chair; Global Gaming Women; Marion County Court Appointed Special Advocate; Indianapolis Legal Aid Society, Campaign Contribution Committee; Indiana Leadership Forum (Class of 2017); Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series (Class of 2018-19); Greater Indianapolis Republican Women’s Club; United Way of Central Indiana Read Up Program, Volunteer Mentor