717 King Street, Suite 300
Alexandria VA 22314
United States of America
Abigail Frye graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2019 and is admitted to the Georgia bar (pending admission in Virginia and DC). While in law school, she served as the Senior Notes Editor for the Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 26 and as a Mentor on behalf of the Law School. During her second year of law school, Abbie was selected as a Banking Law Research Assistant where she studied the effects of independent community banks’ lobbying efforts on federal agency regulation and legislation. Abbie is a certified Mediator, earning her Mediation certificate in the spring of 2019 shortly before earning her JD.
Abbie moved to Washington, DC in September 2019. Her current practice includes Political Law, Congressional Investigations, White Collar Criminal Practice and Constitutional litigation, with an emphasis on Title IX and Section 1983 cases. In Title IX litigation, Abbie represents accused students, holding universities accountable for their lack of due process and equal representation.
Although she practices law in the DC area, Abbie is a Georgia Bulldawg to her core. She grew up in Atlanta and earned her BA in Public Relations, as well as a minor in Spanish, from the University of Georgia in 2016. Abbie is an active member of The Madison of Washington, DC and the Federalist Society.