Family Law, Child Support, Custody and Parenting Time, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Spousal Support
Before joining Stahancyk, Kent, & Hook, Hannah was a Staff Attorney for Community Health Law Project, a nonprofit legal services organization which assists low-income, disabled individuals in a range of civil legal areas, including domestic violence, custody and parenting time, estate planning, landlord-tenant, and public entitlements. Prior to working for Community Health Law Project, Hannah served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Linda W. Eynon, P.J.S.C. in Camden County, New Jersey overseeing the child abuse/neglect and domestic violence dockets.
During law school, Hannah served as the Student Director of the Domestic Violence Project and President of the Family Law Society. She interned for Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program, South Jersey Legal Services, and the Domestic Violence Clinic at Rutgers Law School. Prior to law school, Hannah served the Temple Student Government board and worked as a paralegal for a law firm that focused on serving corporate and tax legal services to nonprofit, charitable, and other tax-exempt organizations.
Rutgers Law School
Camden, NJ · J.D. – 2020
Philadelphia, PA · B.B.A. Legal Studies, Cum Laude – 2016
Hannah is a current member of the Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon’s Leadership and Advocacy Team. She graduated from Rutgers Law School having completed over 200 hours of pro bono work through the Domestic Violence Project, Mediation Pro Bono Project, and Alternative Spring Break. Hannah represented clients in need of final restraining orders through the Rutgers Law Domestic Violence Clinic. She also volunteered for the Child Placement Review Board which assists the court in reviewing cases of children placed outside of their homes by New Jersey’s Division of Child Protection and Permanency.
Dean’s Pro Bono Publico Award for Exceptional Service, with Distinction, 2020 Recipient
Deborah Michael Richards Memorial Family Law Scholarship, 2020 Scholarship Recipient
Mary Philbrook Student Public Interest Awards, 2019 Student Honoree
Hannah loves to attend concerts, cheer on Philadelphia sports teams, play volleyball, and spend time with her cat Luigi and dog Toad.