Hannah joined the firm in 2020. While studying at the University of Wyoming School of Law, Hannah was appointed to serve as Student Director for the Defender Aid Clinic. As Student Director, she drafted Appellate Briefs, Petitions for Post-Conviction Relief, Federal Writs of Habeas Corpus, and argued before numerous courts, including oral argument at the Wyoming Supreme Court. This position fostered her passion for criminal defense and helping those in a time they need it most. Upon graduation, she was awarded the CLEA Outstanding Clinical Student award, recognizing excellence in the clinical field.
After law school, Hannah clerked for the Honorable Judge Campbell in the First Judicial District in Cheyenne. While still in her clerkship, Hannah was appointed to serve as a District Court Commissioner, conducting involuntary hospitalization proceedings. Hannah has ample trial experience defending both misdemeanor and felony charges, resulting in multiple acquittals and dismissals. Her criminal trial experience ranges from charges of simple battery to first degree murder. She can also assist clients in areas of personal injury, workers’ compensation, child abuse and neglect proceedings, divorce and child custody disputes, establishment of guardianships and conservatorships, adoption, misdemeanor and felony record expungement, criminal appeals and other post-conviction relief, and contract and employment disputes. Hannah is licensed in all courts in the state of Wyoming.
Hannah is native to the state, growing up in Powell, Wyoming. She attended the University of Wyoming earning a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice before attending law school. She currently serves as Secretary for the Laramie County Bar Association. In her free time, Hannah enjoys traveling and spending time in the mountains and at the lake with her Husband, Kevin, a Cheyenne firefighter.