Hannah joined Taylor Haldane Barlex LLP in 2011 as a Paralegal and became a Trainee Solicitor in 2012, having read Law at the University of West England in Bristol, graduating in 2008.
Hannah decided to broaden her horizons through extensive travel during a gap year and which included working on a Ranch as a groom and trail leader in New Zealand. Hannah continued in her studies at the Anglia Ruskin University where, in 2011, she completed the Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (LPC).
Since joining the Firm, Hannah has become highly regarded by both clients and colleagues alike. She is a highly motivated, hard-working and approachable individual who manages a large caseload to include preparation of both Magistrates’ and Crown Courts Trials.
Hannah hopes to build-upon her training and experience within the Firm and ultimately to qualify as a Solicitor of The Supreme Court. As a Police Station Representative, she attends Police Stations on a daily basis in order to advise and represent those in custody.
Hannah devotes her spare time to all things equestrian. She breaks and schools horses in addition to training and competing with her own horse, Solomon.
- Accredited Police Station Representative
Area of expertise
- Police Station attendance
- Crown Court preparation
- Magistrates Court preparation