Hannah is a law clerk in the litigation and enforcement group.
During law school, Hannah represented individuals in immigration bond proceedings and assisted in filing a federal impact litigation complaint alleging Fourth Amendment violations as a member of U.C. Irvine’s Immigrant Rights Clinic. Hannah also assisted in preparing a motion for preliminary injunction on behalf of California public school students disproportionately harmed by distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic as a student in U.C. Irvine’s COVID-19 & Civil Rights Clinic. Hannah interned at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York where she assisted in drafting supplemental briefing for the Second Circuit. Hannah also interned for a District Judge in the Central District of California and the ACLU Voting Rights Project.
Hannah graduated law school summa cum laude, served as an Executive Editor for the U.C. Irvine Law Review, and worked as a research assistant for Professor Richard Hasen. Prior to attending law school, Hannah was a paralegal at a mid-sized civil litigation law firm.
- JD, summa cum laude, University of California, Irvine School of Law, 2021; Executive Editor, UC Irvine Law Review
- BA (Communications and Public Policy), Hamilton College, 2016