In the area of aviation law, Abigail's aviation practice has included, among other cases, the litigation surrounding the December 22, 2009 incident in Kingston, Jamaica involving American Airlines Flight 331. As a result of her work on the Flight 331 litigation, Abigail is a member of the team selected as a finalist for the Daily Business Review's Most Effective Lawyers for 2014 for the aviation law category. Abigail has represented commercial air carriers in litigation pending nationally. Abigail's motion practice has resulted in the creation of new law in the Southern District of Florida on the recoverability of emotional harm damages under the Montreal Convention. Abigail also has handled appellate cases on behalf of commercial air carriers. Abigail's aviation practice also focuses on drone law.
Abigail attended the University of Miami School of Law where she received her law degree, cum laude. While in law school, she worked at a civil litigation firm and also worked at the State Attorney's Office for Broward County, Florida as a Certified Legal Intern.
Abigail received her undergraduate degree from Purdue University, where she graduated within three years "with highest distinction." She received Dean's List and Semesters Honors each semester, and was involved in community service activities around the college community.