Aigner joined Beasley Allen Law Firm in August 2015 as an attorney in our Mass Torts Section. She is currently working on cases involving blood thinner Xarelto, which has been linked to serious bleeding events including gastrointestinal bleeds, brain hemorrhages, bleeding deaths and other bleeding side effects.
Aigner is a member of the Alabama State Bar, Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section, Alabama State Bar Women’s Section, Montgomery County Bar Association, Montgomery County Bar Association Women’s Section and the American Association for Justice.
She also serves on the Board of Directors for Common Ground ministry.
Aigner graduated from Auburn University in 2010, earning her B.S. in business administration, human resource management.
Aigner attended Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, graduating summa cum laude in 2015. She was included on the Dean’s List every semester during her enrollment.
She was awarded Best Papers for Civil Procedure, Contracts, Business Associations, Professional Responsibility and Family Law. She was senior editor of Jones Law Review; a senior member of the Board of Advocates; a member of ACS, BLSA, JPILF and PAD; a Dean fellow and pupil for Hugh Maddox Inn of Court. Aigner served as president of the Women’s Legal Society 2014-2015, was on Moot Court and Trial Advocacy for Competition, participated in the Pro Se Assistance Program for Federal Court, was a Public Interest Society fellow, and was a board member of the Alabama Pro Bono Task Force. She was also a Walter Knabe scholarship recipient.
Prior to joining Beasley Allen, Aigner worked as a law clerk for Judge J.R. Gaines, Circuit Judge 15th Judicial Circuit in Montgomery, and for Judge Charles Price, Presiding Judge (now retired), 15th Judicial Circuit. She also worked as an extern for Judge Charles Watkins, Chief Judge Middle District 11th Circuit, and was a legal intern / law clerk for Legal Services of Alabama.