406 N. Lee Street, #103
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Telephone: (512)642-8585
Direct Dial: (512)770-9521


J.D., summa cum laude, Texas Southern University, 2021;
B.A., cum laude, Sam Houston State University, 2018.

Court Admissions:

All Texas state courts; U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals; and U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas.

Abigail Ventress

Abigail began practicing law after graduating from law school in 2021. Her practice began with handling numerous administrative matters all over Texas as well as civil litigation for a local unit of government. Abigail is a native Texan who grew up in East Texas and knew she wanted to remain in Texas to practice law. After high school, Abigail attended Sam Houston State University where she served as Senior Editor for the school’s newspaper and was selected to be an ambassador for the University. Throughout college, Abigail was involved in many organizations and found time to volunteer at local animal shelters and with Ronald McDonald House Charities. In 2018, Abigail graduated cum laude and received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication: Multiplatform Journalism. Then, Abigail attended Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston, Texas, where she served as Lead Articles Editor for Law Review and worked in the legal clinic representing indigent members of the Houston community. Abigail was selected to be a writing advisor and research assistant at the law school, and she was a member of several organizations. Abigail graduated from law school summa cum laude and in the top five percent of her class. When she moved to Round Rock, Abigail became a member of the Austin Bar Association in the Civil Litigation Section and the Austin Young Lawyers Association. Abigail enjoys spending time with her pets, friends, and family. 

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