Biography

Hannah represents families with compassion and empathy, focusing on her clients' wants and needs. As a member of Verrill's Family Law Group, Hannah represents clients in divorce, custody, guardianship, modification, contempt, and restraining order hearings. She has a background working with and representing domestic violence survivors and is skilled in working with clients who have survived trauma.

Before joining Verrill, Hannah worked at 'Carolyn's House', a branch of the YWCA, as a housing coordinator for homeless women and children. Hannah has worked at the Women's Bar Foundation, and the Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee. She participated in the Domestic Violence Institute at Northeastern University, as well as the Poverty Law Clinic. Further, she worked as a teaching assistant for the Community Business Clinic and the Domestic Violence Institute. Through these involvements, she has gained valuable experience and knowledge in working with families through trauma.

Originally from Buffalo, New York, Hannah has since settled in Boston. When she is not in the office, Hannah spends her time with friends and exploring Boston. Always fun and competitive, Hannah enjoys playing games, especially playing jeopardy with her family law colleagues. She is known to constantly have a deck of cards available.

Services/Industries

Education

  • Northeastern University School of Law  (J.D.)
  • Niagara University  (B.A.)

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • Connecticut
  • Maine

Memberships

  • American Bar Association

Honors

  • Alpha Kappa Delta, National Sociology Honors Society
  • Phi Sigma Tau, National Philosophy Honors Society
  • Delta Epsilon Sigma, National Honors Society for Catholic Colleges

Firm Highlights

Event

Understanding Your Fiduciary Responsibilities Under ERISA

Employers have long understood the importance of fiduciary compliance with respect to 401(k) plans and other retirement plans subject to ERISA, and most have sound processes and governance structures in place to ensure the...

Blog

Understanding Your Fiduciary Responsibilities Under ERISA: A Webinar

Employers have long understood the importance of fiduciary compliance with respect to 401(k) plans and other retirement plans subject to ERISA, and most have sound processes and governance structures in place to ensure the...

Matter

Patent Litigation: Semiconductors

Represented semiconductor manufacturer in patent case against competitor in litigation in U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, in which both sides asserted patents relating to power management and A-D converters; conducted Markman...

News

Beachfront Home Owners' Property Lines Present Challenges for Businesses

On April 22, Portland Press Herald published an article, "Lawsuit could settle debate over who owns Maine beaches between low- and high-tide lines," explaining that Maine's top court decided beachfront home owners own the...

News

Lawsuit Over Maine Beach Access

News Center Maine ran a news story, "Group files lawsuit over Maine public beach access," discussing that a group is suing property owners for beach access. The story explains that "Maine's tidal coastline is...

Blog

Pension Plan Mortality Table Litigation – What’s Next?

The first major settlement of a lawsuit challenging the mortality assumptions used to calculate pension plan benefits was announced earlier this year. According to court filings in Cruz v. Raytheon Company , the settlement...

Matter

Patent Litigation: Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Represented small biotech company and two academic researchers against large pharmaceutical company in dispute over inventorship of several patents relating to mesenchymal stem cells and their uses, as well as defending against numerous state...

Event

Global Virtual Legal Project Management Summit

Publication/Podcast

Policies to Guide Employee Conduct and Respond to Misconduct

Scott Connolly, partner in Verrill’s Employment & Labor Group, has authored the chapter “Policies to Guide Employee Conduct and Respond to Misconduct” in MCLE’s book, Drafting Employment Documents in Massachusetts (4th Edition 2021). The...

Publication/Podcast

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Clarifies the Contours of the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine in Internal Investigations

In Attorney General v. Facebook, Inc. , No. SJC-12496 (March 24, 2021), [i] the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court clarified the scope of protection afforded by the attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine to...

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