Abby Sneeringer, Esq.

A native of Catonsville, Maryland, Abby Sneeringer holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from the George Washington University School of Business where she played for the NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse team and was a continuous member of the Academic-Athletic Dean’s List.

Abby received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Tennessee School of Law where she was a member of the Domestic Violence Clinic, practicing law as a student-attorney during her third year of law school under the supervision of the clinical attorney. She also worked part-time as a law clerk during her time in law school for a private firm in Knoxville focusing primarily on family and criminal law, and spent her summers clerking for the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services and a family law firm in Nashville, Tennessee.

During her second year of law school, Abby traveled to Groningen, Netherlands where she attended the University of Groningen Faculty of Law as an exchange student studying international law with courses including International Crimes, International and European Law, Comparative Tort Law, and Corporate Law and Economics. She was also a Research Editor for the Tennessee Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice, and a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council during her time at UT Law.

Abby decided to return to her hometown after graduating from law school, and is now licensed to practice law in Maryland. She is a member of the Maryland Bar Association and the Howard County Bar Association, and has been with Abramson and Rand as an Associate since the day she passed the Maryland Bar.