Hannah specialises in public and private law children, domestic abuse and adoption cases.
She regularly acts for both children and parents in complex care cases where children have suffered non accidental injuries, serious physical or sexual abuse, and those with international issues requiring transfer of proceedings between jurisdictions. Hannah undertakes her own advocacy at all levels where possible.
- London Borough of Barking & Dagenham v C & Others  EWHC 2472
- London Borough of Tower Hamlets v D & Others  EWHC 3901 (Fam)
Hannah is listed in independent legal directories Chambers UK Guide, and the Legal 500.
Hannah was listed as a rising presence in public law children work and who is also well versed in private children matters in Chambers and Partners 2018. The listing say that her expertise includes adoption and domestic abuse issues, and she frequently represents vulnerable parties such as children and interviewees commented "She is an excellent solicitor and advocate. She is meticulously prepared and always on top of the issues,". Legal 500 2018 states that Hannah is 'always on top of the detail'.
Hannah is a member of the Law Society's Children Panel
Hannah is a Resolution accredited specialist in domestic abuse and children law (private) cases.
- Solicitor member of the Family Procedure Rule Committee
- Member of the Executive Committee of the Association of Lawyers for Children
- Member of Resolution's Legal Aid Committee.
Contributor to Resolution Guides to Good practice and Review magazine and to the Association of Lawyer's for Children Newsletter.
Hannah has a reputation for always going the extra mile for her client, whether for a parent or for a child. She is always meticulously prepared and has the facts of every case at her finger tips. She has the knack of being liked and respected by her opponents as well as her clients and I would recommend her without hesitation.