Hannah is a senior commercial litigator with particular expertise in corporate insolvency litigation and restructuring as well as construction, corporations and securities, equity and trusts and professional indemnity litigation. She has broad and varied experience in litigation and dispute resolution across Australia.
Hannah has completed a Masters in Law at ANU, is a professional member of the Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association (ARITA) and holds an ARITA Advanced Certification (Insolvency) (UTS).
Throughout her career, Hannah has acted on behalf of building and construction companies, professional indemnity insurers, insolvency practitioners, corporate and individual lenders and individuals.
Hannah is experienced at instigating public examinations on behalf of insolvency practitioners, managing document review teams, conducting public examinations, working collaboratively with the Commonwealth Department of Jobs and Small Business, private litigation funders and pursing litigation on behalf of insolvency practitioners.
Hannah works effectively and efficiently to provide insolvency practitioners with pragmatic legal advice in relation to pre-appointment matters and throughout the lifecycle of an insolvency appointment, including complex investigations and subsequent litigation. She is a strong advocate for her clients and is well-regarded for her efficient and proactive approach to litigation and dispute resolution. Hannah is adept at identifying the real issues in dispute and generating legally sound and commercially sensible solutions to meet her clients’ objectives and expectations.
As well as her professional membership with ARITA, Hannah also holds multiple other professional memberships including the Womens’ Insolvency Network Australia and the Commercial Law Association.