Advisory Board Member
Kansas Legislative Research Department
- B.A. – French and Geography, with honors, University of Kansas (2008)
- J.D. – Natural Resources Law, with honors, Washburn University School of Law (2011)
Abigail is currently serving a fellowship with the Kansas Legislative Research Department where her work involves providing unbiased, non-partisan research for Kansas state legislators. This includes preparing a budget analysis for two executive agencies, as well as staffing the Senate Agriculture and Senate Natural Resources committees. Prior to obtaining the fellowship, Abigail graduated from Washburn University School of Law with a certificate in Natural Resources law and successfully passed the Kansas Bar Examination. While at Washburn, she completed internships with the Environmental Protection Agency - Region VII, the Disability Rights Center of Kansas, and the Kansas Association of School Boards. She also worked in the law school’s Children and Family Law Litigation Clinic and served as a Research and Teaching Assistant for the legal analysis, research, and writing class. Abigail graduated from the University of Kansas in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and Geography. In her free time she enjoys being outdoors, travelling, reading, and shooting pool.
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