Hannah commenced pupillage in October 2018. She applied to 3 Hare Court due to the wide range of Chambers’ specialist areas and she aims to establish a broad commercial, civil and public law practice.
Hannah studied law at Queen Mary, University of London, obtaining a First-Class law degree in 2015 and a Distinction in her LLM in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution in 2017. She specialised in arbitration and has a strong interest in commercial law and international work. Subsequently, Hannah achieved an Outstanding in the BPTC at BPP University.
Prior to pupillage, Hannah worked as a research assistant and paralegal to a leading construction silk. Additionally, she has worked as a legal intern at a software company in London and the litigation, banking and finance departments of a Kuala-Lumpur based law firm.
During her first six months of pupillage, Hannah assisted on an eight-week trial in the Commercial Court, which concerned a claim by a Russian bank alleging misappropriation of assets against its former directors and shareholders. She has assisted in a variety of personal injury and travel law claims, involving jurisdictional and conflict of law issues. Hannah has also provided research assistance for several cases before the Privy Council.
LLB, Queen Mary University of London (First Class)
LLM in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution, Queen Mary University of London (Distinction)
BPTC, BPP Law School (Outstanding)
ADR-ODR International Accredited Civil-Commercial Mediator
Inner Temple, BPTC Performance Prize (2018)
Queen Mary University of London, Drapers’ Company Prize for Academic Excellence (2015)
Winner of the ‘Best Student Pro Bono Activities’ Award, LawCareeers.Net Awards (2015)
Quarter Finalist, D. M. Harish Memorial Government Law College Moot, India (2015)
Winner of the George Hinde Moot (2014)
Inner Temple, Major Exhibition Scholarship Award (2017)
BPP Law School, Advocacy Scholarship (2017)
BPP Law School, Excellence Scholarship (2017)
Queen Mary University of London, Final Year School of Law Scholarship (2014)