Annette Wallace enjoys working on personal injury cases including slip-and-falls, automobile accidents, wrongful death lawsuits, products liability, and premises liability cases. She is committed to fighting to ensure her clients get the best recovery possible.
Annette recently graduated from the University of Kansas Law School. While in law school, Annette focused on classes that allowed her to gain practical experience and was involved with several of the student associations. She was the President of the Native American Law Student Association, the President for the Intellectual Property Law Society, Treasurer for the Federal Bar Association and was a mentor for incoming students during her last two years at KU Law.
She graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2007 with a B.S. in Physics and then began working at Northrop Grumman as a software engineer. Her experience and education in physics and software engineering has given her a unique skillset and perspective regarding products liability cases and obtaining electronic discovery.
The year before accepting a seat at University of Kansas School of Law, she went on a grand adventure with her children. She moved to a remote village in Western Alaska and taught high school students math, physics, and home economics!
Annette enjoys working zealously for her clients and spending time with her wife and two children. Her wife, Crystal, just graduated KU Law. Her daughter, Marguerite, loves to dance and her son, Kellen, loves rock climbing.