|University ||Yale University (B.A., Philosophy; Women's Gender/Sexuality Studies, 2007)|
|Law School||Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, J.D., 2010 Outstanding Oral Advocacy Law Review: Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review, Articles and Symposium Editor|
|Admitted||2010, Pennsylvania; 2011, New Jersey; 2011, U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania|
Hannah is an associate in the Casualty Department, where she defends insured and self-insured entities against claims in state and federal court related to product liability, premises liability, and motor vehicle accidents. Most of her practice focuses on the defense of complex product liability cases for small, mid-sized, and large manufacturing companies and their distributors. As an integral member of her trial team, Hannah works to advance clients' interests through the development of discovery and trial strategies, and takes pride in acting as a zealous advocate for her clients' interests through all phases of litigation.
Hannah earned her undergraduate degree from Yale University in 2007 and graduated from the Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law in 2010. While at Temple Law, Hannah took part in the Trial Advocacy Program. She won several defense awards in arbitration and gained the distinction of Outstanding Oral Advocacy while involved in a clinical with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority ("SEPTA".) Hannah also clerked for Temple University's Office of University Counsel during her second year.
· "The Importance of Accurate Injury Descriptions and Notices of Compensation Payable," Co-authored with Tom Bond, The Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly, January, 2010
Year Joined Organization: 2010
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