Abigail is currently an Assistant Attorney General within the Water and Natural Resources Division of the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office. In her work she represents the Wyoming Water Development Office and the State Engineer’s Office, the agency responsible for regulating water use within Wyoming. Abigail’s practice consists mainly of water law, but she has also briefed air quality regional haze issues before the 10th Circuit, as well as worked on various other amicus briefs relating to natural resources law. Prior to coming to Wyoming, Abigail worked for the Kansas Legislature in their Legislative Research Department, first as a Legislative Fellow, and then as a Fiscal Analyst. Her work there included working with many of the water and natural resources agencies within the State of Kansas; staffing the Agriculture, Appropriations, and Natural Resources committees; and working on both general research and fiscal projects. Abigail attended Washburn University School of Law, where she completed internships with the Disability Rights Center of Kansas and the Environmental Protection Agency. Abigail graduated from the University of Kansas in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and Geography. Please feel free to contact Abigail if you have any questions on a career in law, policy, or government.
Assistant Attorney General
Wyoming Attorney General’s Office