Abigail Allen graduated from Truman State University in May 2020 with a B.A. in Philosophy & Religion and a minor in French. During her time at Truman, Abigail was an intern in the Missouri House of Representatives, a research assistant for Dr. William Ashcraft, and worked as a building supervisor at the campus recreation center. She also volunteered with the Kirksville, MO chapter of Habitat for Humanity and taught a sixth-grade English class while she studied abroad in Angers, France. 

Abigail spent her 1L summer working as a law clerk for Drechsler, Larkin, & Walters, P.C., a civil litigation firm in Baltimore, MD, where she conducted legal research and drafted documents for upcoming trials. She was also a legal research assistant for Professor Richard Boldt, working on a research project in the areas of Maryland state constitutional law and tax law. Abigail’s interests in business law include real estate, tax, estates and trusts, and corporate law.