Prior to Langdon & Emison, Hannah focused her practice on complex class actions, including fiduciary breach litigation. While working at Schlichter Bogard & Denton, Hannah worked on an extensive array of additional practice areas including personal injury, defective drugs and medical devices, and workers’ compensation.
Hannah started gaining extensive experience with legal research and writing very early on in her career as she interned for the legal division at the United States Postal Inspection Service as well as the Saint Clair County Courthouse prior to law school.
Hannah graduated cum laude in the top 15% of her class from Saint Louis University School of Law. During law school, she was on the journal executive board for the American Bar Association of Labor and Employment Law. During law school she also taught undergraduate pre-law classes at Saint Louis University.
A summa cum laude from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Hannah was the youngest student ever to be accepted at SLU Law (19 years old). At Edwardsville she was the class representative and commencement speaker.
Hannah also authored an article on deepfakes and their impact on modern justice that was used to help teach judges at the St. Louis Judicial College, discussing in detail how the federal rules of evidence would apply. She is a member of PI Sigma Alpha, a nationwide honor society for political science students, and also of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor society.
Saint Louis University Law School
Juris Doctorate, 2021
Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville
Bachelor of Science, 2018