Hannah is an associate with a practice focused on government, including State AG, investigations, and general commercial litigation. She undertakes research, reviews documentation, and synthesizes information to inform Cozen O’Connor’s representation of and advocacy for clients’ interests in multi-state AG and other government enforcement actions. She has undertaken research into regulatory and legislative frameworks governing consumer protection and data privacy, and a 50 state survey of unfair and deceptive acts and practices. Most recently, she helped prepare a client to provide testimony in the 2019 presidential impeachment inquiry.
While in law school, Hannah was a summer associate at the firm. Prior to that, Hannah was a legal intern for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight & Government Reform and the U.S. Office of Special Counsel Retaliation & Disclosure Unit. Hannah also worked with the Kentucky State Auditor on a rape kit reform initiative.
Hannah earned her bachelor's degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Kentucky and she earned her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was the administrative editor of The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law and participated in Georgetown’s Civil Rights Clinic.
Not admitted in the District of Columbia; practicing under the supervision of the District of Columbia members of Cozen O’Connor.