Hannah is an associate in Taft’s Minneapolis office and focuses her practice on intellectual property and appellate law.
Prior to joining Taft, Hannah worked as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Jennifer L. Frisch, Minnesota Court of Appeals. She gained experience in draft writing and policy research as an intern for the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland, where she supported Special Rapporteurs in preparing for country visits.
Hannah earned her J.D., cum laude, from The University of Minnesota Law School and earned a master’s degree in marketing and a bachelor’s degree, summa cum laude, in psychology from the University of Cincinnati. While in law school, Hannah was a certified student attorney and student director at the Federal Immigration Litigation Clinic representing non-citizen clients in federal court and served as a law school student representative to the Minnesota Justice Foundation. She also gained experience as a summer associate with the firm for two summers in a row.
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- University of Minnesota Law School (2022)
- University of Cincinnati (2018)
M.S. – Marketing
- University of Cincinnati (2017)
B.S. – Psychology
summa cum laude
- State - Minnesota