University of Montana, J.D., 2021, Montana Law Review
Colorado College, B.A., 2016
Hannah grew up in Missoula before attending The Colorado College where she studied political science and Arabic language. While at CC she served as CC’s student body vice president. After college, she guided sea kayaking trips in Alaska’s Inside Passage and ski instructed at Big Sky Resort.
Hannah returned to Missoula to attend the School of Law at the University of Montana. While at UM Hannah served as President of the Student Bar Association, a staff member of the Montana Law Review, and as a student intern for the Montana Innocence Project. During law school she received the Dean’s Award and recognition for pro bono work completed for Montana Legal Services and CASA of Missoula. After law school Hannah clerked for the Honorable Kathleen L. DeSoto in the United States District Court for the District of Montana.
Hannah is admitted to practice in Montana state courts and the United States District Court for the District of Montana. Hannah focuses on civil litigation representing both defendants and plaintiffs. She helps clients with land use issues, personal injury suits, contract disputes, and outdoor recreation law.
Outside of work Hannah can be found skiing, reading a good book, and attempting to trail run. Hannah also volunteers with Eagle Mount’s adaptive skiing and recreation programs.