Hannah’s practice focuses on product liability. She conducts initial case assessments and legal research; drafts motions, briefs and legal memoranda; and prepares depositions. 

During law school, Hannah helped formally establish the Willem C. Vis International Arbitration Moot Court team at Notre Dame, where she served as a brief writer—and later, as a coach. Her advocacy skills were developed as an oralist for the National Health Law Moot Court team. She also served as a research assistant, where she assisted with trial advocacy and deposition skills courses. As a participant in Notre Dame’s London Law program, she briefly studied comparative international law with emphasis on the English legal system. 

Prior to law school, she worked in public policy and law, interning at the U.S. House of Representatives, where she reported to congressional leadership on her research on legislative issues, including the Affordable Care Act and the White House’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2016. She has also interned at a small real estate law firm that handled eminent domain cases on behalf of local governments and was responsible for turning complex real estate appraisals into digestible exhibits for a jury.