Manal AbrahamAssociate


121 S. Orange Avenue, Suite 1500
Orlando, FL 32801



Professional Profile

Manal Abraham is an associate in Carr Allison’s Orlando (FL) office. Manal is admitted to practice in Florida and is an active member of the Orange County Bar Association and the Young Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar.   Her practice is focused on defending matters involving  premises liability, personal injury and construction.

Manal graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in legal studies at the University of Central Florida.  She went on to earn her Juris Doctor from Barry Universal School of Law (FL).  While there, Manal was a part of several organizations, and was chosen to be a competing member of the Barry Law’s Trial Team.  She was also a part of the Juvenile Defense Clinic where she defended young children’s constitutional rights in criminal cases.

Originally from Brevard County (FL), Manal enjoys spending her weekends with her family and friends.

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BA, University of Central Florida

JD, Barry University School of Law (FL)


Orange County Bar Association

Florida Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section


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