Abbey L. Johnston
Mrs. Johnston was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 2014. She received her law degree from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law where she was senior associate editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and a brief writer for the National Moot Court Team. Mrs. Johnston also served as an officer on the Student Bar Association and as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Teaching Fellow. Prior to law school, Mrs. Johnston attended the University of Alabama where she graduated magna cum laude with a major in Political Science and a minor in Social Welfare.
A native of Birmingham, Mrs. Johnston moved to the Mobile Bay area with her husband in 2014. She served as a law clerk for the Honorable J. Langford Floyd, Presiding Judge of the 28th Judicial Circuit in Baldwin County, Alabama. As a law clerk, Mrs. Johnston gained valuable experience from the judicial prospective and assisted with every-day courtroom procedure.
Mrs. Johnston’s practice is devoted to litigation – both criminal and civil. She has represented a number of criminal clients in Municipal and Circuit courts. Mrs. Johnston’s practice also extends to areas of family law and civil litigation, including contested probate proceedings, personal injury disputes, and real estate and property disputes.
– Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Juris Doctor – 2014
– University of Alabama, Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude – 2011
– Baldwin County Bar Association