Hannah completed her pupillage with Linenhall Chambers and became a tenant in January 2017. She now predominantly practices in family law and has been recognised in the 2021 Legal 500. Hannah is also instructed in Criminal and Civil matters.

She appears in cases across the spectrum of Children Act matters with a split practice between care proceedings and private law disputes and is instructed on behalf of Local Authorities, parents and children’s guardians.

In both areas, her practice often includes cases involving fact finding hearings where she is instructed both for Local Authorities and vulnerable clients seeking findings and alleged perpetrators who deny such allegations.

She is instructed in cases involving allegations of sexual abuse (against both parents and children), non-accidental injury, and serious domestic abuse.

Her style is straightforward, providing honest appraisals and guidance to foster a common sense approach to proceedings.

BPP, Manchester BPTC, Outstanding

University of Liverpool LLM International Human Rights Law – Distinction

Durham University LLB 2:1

Member of Gray’s Inn

Hannah is recommended as a ‘One to watch’ in Chambers & Partners Directory 2022 & 2023

Hanna is recommended in the Legal 500 2022 as a rising star in Child Law (Public and Private) on the Wales and Chester Circuit and as Leading Junior in 2033

Hannah is a strong advocate, very hardworking and professional. A very approachable and talented barrister.’ Legal 500 2023 Tier 2 Ranking