Hannah joined BCL as an assistant solicitor upon qualification in 2003. Prior to that, she worked for Peters & Peters.
Hannah has wide experience in both general and business crime and has represented clients in several high profile proceedings instituted by the Serious Fraud Office, the Crown Prosecution Service and HM Revenue & Customs. Hannah has particular expertise in dealing with criminal investigations concerning computer misuse, money laundering, insider dealing and tax offences. She frequently assists on cases where there are cross-jurisdictional issues, including extradition and requests for mutual legal assistance.
Hannah is a member of the Young Fraud Lawyers’ Association, the London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association, and the British Italian Law Association. She is a co-author of the LCCSA sub-committee's response to the Sentencing Advisory Panel's consultation paper on fraud offences.
Hannah studied modern languages at the University of Manchester, during which time she worked for a year as an English teacher in Rome. She is fluent in both Italian and French.