Abigail R. Germaine


Abbey Germaine is an experienced civil litigator with a general civil litigation practice and an emphasis in commercial transactions, land use, and environmental topics. Abbey has recently focused her expertise on water law, renewable energy, and sustainability topics. Her practice also includes medical malpractice defense, professional liability defense, construction defect, products liability, personal injury, insurance, and property damage. Abbey is a member of the Idaho State Bar, Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the United States District Court.

Abbey grew up in eastern Washington, in a small rural town. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern Washington University, in 2010, majoring in Government and Communication Studies. While at Eastern Washington University, Abbey was a member of the university’s Mock Trial Team, member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the Government Honor Society for academic excellence and was on the Dean’s List.

In 2013, Abbey graduated from the University of Idaho, College of Law. During law school, Abbey was on the Idaho Law Review and the D. Craig Lewis Trial Team. Abbey was also a Legal Writing teaching assistant in her third year of law school. Abbey graduate from the University of Idaho, College of Law at the top quarter of her class. Upon graduation, Abbey clerked for the Honorable Judge Patrick Owen of Idaho’s Fourth Judicial District. After clerking, Abbey worked for the City of Boise, specializing in general municipal law with an emphasis in water and environmental work, as well as public utility and energy law.

Abbey has a great love for the outdoors and enjoys trail running, kayaking and whitewater rafting, and traveling.


  • Eastern Washington University (2010)
  • University of Idaho, College of Law (2013)


  • Idaho State Courts
  • United States District Court for the District of Idaho
  • Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit