University of Kansas School of Law,
Washington University in St. Louis,
B.A., cum laude
Thompson Coburn LLP
Hannah is an associate in the Firm's Labor & Employment department.
Hannah represents employers of all sizes and from diverse industries in litigation and human resources counseling. She applies meticulous research and writing skills to prepare all variety of legal pleadings for matters in state and federal courts. Hannah has also garnered experience representing employers in alternative dispute resolution.
In addition, Hannah helps clients respond to investigations and charges of discrimination by interfacing with local, state, and federal agencies including the EEOC, NLRB, and OSHA.
Hannah has a passion for learning about the products, services, and employees of Thompson Coburn's clients. When counseling Human Resources professionals, she uses that passion to help them craft policies that not only address evolving obligations for employers, but also fit their business models.
Hannah is a proud graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Kansas School of Law. Upon graduating from KU Law, she was recognized with the Faculty Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement, given annually to the graduate who made the most significant contribution to overall legal scholarship.
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