Hannah joined 2 Hare Court as a first six pupil in September 2017. During her first six months she received a bursary award from the Criminal Bar Association for excellence in advocacy.
Before commencing pupillage at 2 Hare Court, she worked as a paralegal for a City solicitors’ firm specialising in Business Crime.
From 2015-2016 Hannah completed the BPTC at City Law School, whilst also volunteering at the School Exclusions Project, which represents children appealing against a permanent school exclusion, and the Prisoners Advice Service, which advises serving prisoners on matters of prison law.
From 2014-2015 Hannah completed the Graduate Diploma in Law also at City Law School. While also volunteering with the Bail Observation Project which sought to collect research data on the fairness of the bail process in immigration tribunal hearings.
Hannah completed her legal studies as a scholar both of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple and of the City Law School.
Hannah completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Warwick, where her third-year project was selected for presentation at the International Conference of Undergraduate Research. She graduated with a first class degree.