Hannah was born in Florida and also lived in Louisiana and South Carolina before moving to Arizona in 8th grade. In high school, she was involved in the theater department. Her favorite role was as Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible, which is one of her favorite plays. As a kid, she always enjoyed writing her own stories and her own songs.
She received a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from the University of Arizona in December of 2017. She attended Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, and graduated in May of 2021.
Her favorite movie is Lord of the Rings, Return of the King and her favorite musical artists are Kelly Clarkson, Olivia Rodrigo, and Faouzia.
Her favorite law/justice-related quote is “Let justice roll on like a river, righteous like a never-ending stream.” (Amos 5:24). It resonates with her because it is not a call to select instances of justice, but rather a system in place where what is right and fair continuously and unstoppably comes to pass.
She is Christian and attends New Valley Church in Chandler. She has taught Sunday school at her church since 2015. Right now, she teaches 2nd-3rd grade. Additionally, she volunteers as a youth leader and co-leads the middle school girl small group, and helps with event planning
She enjoys baking macarons, making homemade pasta and sauces, writing, reading, and watching TV with her mom.
One of her dreams is to become a published author. She likes to write in the young adult fantasy genre. She has written one novel and is working on another.
In her two summers of law school, she interned at Ober, Pekas, and Ronstadt, a disability insurance firm. She hadn’t realized how often people in dire straits were not given the relief they were entitled to, despite doing everything right. It made her passionate about being an advocate for families and individuals who cannot fight for themselves.
She worked one semester in law school for a tribal community, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, in their legal services office. Her main task was writing petitions and motions for family law matters. Interning with the tribal community was interesting to her because they are their own sovereign entity with their own laws and court system.
In her last year of law school, she interned at Legalforce RAPC, a boutique trademark firm. There, she focused on drafting documents related to trademark prosecution, which is when someone tries to get recognition from the federal government for their trademark. The best part of the internship was the amount of creativity involved. She had fun trying to figure out how to argue that wine and beer were not related goods or that marks with similar letters were not pronounced in the minds of consumers in a similar way.
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