Tyleana K. Venable

Tyleana K. Venable

  • Garden City
  • T: 516.393.8226
  • F: 516.393.8282
  • tvenable@jaspanllp.com

Tyleana K. Venable has concentrated experience in providing collaborative real-time guidance to public school districts and public libraries on complicated and contentious issues. Tyleana’s experience includes policy development, student privacy, school board elections, Title IX, faculty tenure, employment issues, disciplinary proceedings, student residency requirements, special education, student disciplinary hearings, open meetings law and freedom of information law. In addition, she advises clients on the competitive bidding requirements for construction and purchase contracts.

Prior to joining Jaspan Schlesinger Narendran LLP, Tyleana was a litigator at a Long Island law firm representing individuals in federal court. During law school, Tyleana clerked for Hon. Judge Denise Hochul and Hon. Judge Walter Ruehle of the Executive Office for Immigration Review. She also served as Executive Editor of the Human Rights Law Review.


  • University at Buffalo School of Law
  • Berkeley College


  • New York

Affiliations & Appointments

  • Member of the Firm’s Marketing Committee
  • WBASNY Delegate, Nassau County Women’s Bar Association (2023-present)
  • Director, Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York (Nassau Chapter, 2023-present)
  • Chair, Nassau County Women’s Bar Association Annual Holiday Cocktail Party and Mittens Fundraiser
  • Recording Secretary, AMISTAD Long Island Black Bar Association
  • Annual Luncheon Committee Member, AMISTAD Long Island Black Bar Association

Panelist, Nassau and Suffolk Academies of Law and the Education Law Committees of the Nassau and Suffolk County Bar Associations, Bridge Over Troubled Water: Student Discipline and Investigations (March 2023)

NYS Association of Towns, CLE on Public Libraries and Local Governments presented by Tyleana K. Venable (February 2023)

Association of Towns, CLE on Public Libraries and Local Governments, October 2022