Hannah is a solicitor in our Dispute Resolution & Litigation Department, commencing her time with us as a Clerk in 2018. Hannah has experience in disputes including, wills and estates, particularly Family Provision claims, Guardianship proceedings, building and construction, corporation law, contracts, debt, bankruptcy and insolvency. 

Hannah completed her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) at the University of Wollongong in 2019 and has a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law. She was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in February 2020 and is on the Register of Practitioners of the High Court of Australia.

Hannah grew up in the Macarthur and Camden regions and is a St Patrick’s College Campbelltown Alumni. Hannah has volunteered with various local groups including Lifeline Macarthur, the Illawarra Legal Centre and AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience).

She has participated in community groups including NSW Youth Parliament and Camden Council. Hannah currently volunteers as a Mediator for the Law Society of NSW’s Mock Mediation competition and is a Senior Adjudicator for the Catholic Schools Debating Association, regularly spending her Friday evenings at various high schools across NSW.

Since 2015 Hannah has assisted in organising a local annual fundraiser, the Macarthur Ladies Night Out, held at Wests Leagues Club, the event has raised over $500,000.00 for the Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centre and Wig Library since 2009. Using the funds raised, the Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centre purchases wigs and accessories for local women undergoing chemotherapy and in 2018, using the funds raised, the Macarthur Cancer Therapy Centre’s first cold cap machine was purchased.

Hannah also volunteers in the Corporate Clash, a local fundraiser Founded by Marsdens Law Group late Partner, Grant Butterfield and Mark Scarce. The Clash is an annual fundraiser where local business men and women train for 12 weeks, put their gloves on and box to raise money for various cancer charities, including Charlie Teo and Rare Cancers. Since 2016, the Clash has raised over $600,000.00.

When Hannah is not at work, you can find her with her Husband and their fur-child, Rufus the Groodle.