Abbey L. Johnston is an associate at Stankoski Myrick LLC. An experienced litigator, her practice is devoted to criminal and civil litigation, and she has represented a number of criminal clients in Municipal, District, and Circuit courts. Mrs. Johnston’s practice also extends to family law and juvenile litigation, including juvenile dependency and delinquency cases, custody proceedings, divorce, and adoptions. Mrs. Johnston is a state-certified Guardian ad Litem, representing children in dependency and private matters. She is also member of the Baldwin County Drug Court Team where she represents indigent clients who are incarcerated.
Mrs. Johnston is a native of Birmingham, Alabama. After graduating magna cum laude with a major in Political Science from the University of Alabama, she received her Juris Doctor from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in 2014. While attending law school, Mrs. Johnston was senior associate editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and served as an officer on the Student Bar Association. Additionally, she served as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Teaching Fellow and a brief writer for the National Moot Court Team.
Mrs. Johnston was admitted to the Alabama Star Bar in 2014 and moved to Mobile with her husband, who is also an attorney. She previously served as a law clerk for the Honorable J. Langford Floyd, Presiding Judge of the 28th Judicial Circuit in Baldwin County, Alabama, where she gained valuable experience from the judicial perspective and assisted with daily courtroom procedures. She has been practicing law at Stankoski Myrick, LLC since 2015. Mrs. Johnston lives in Mobile with her husband and their son, Tripp.