As a Real Estate and Land Use attorney, Hannah’s practice ranges from residential and commercial real property sales and acquisitions, leases, and real estate negotiations. She also works with developers and individuals on land use applications, including code adjustments, variances, and zone changes.
Hannah enjoys guiding her clients through complicated real estate and land use transactions. Her goal is to streamline the nuanced process into an organized and economical solution.
Hannah graduated from Willamette University College of Law with a Juris Doctorate and a certificate in Business Law. While in law school Hannah volunteered with the Oregon Law Center and worked for the Oregon Department of Justice in their Civil Recovery Division, Mentor Graphics Corporation, Heltzel Williams PC, and the Oregon Community College Association. She also served as the Editor in Chief of the Willamette Law Review and authored 9th Circuit Court opinion summaries for the Willamette Law Online resource. Prior to law school, Hannah attended Western Oregon University where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. During her undergraduate program, Hannah spent a semester at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador, where she had the opportunity to travel to Peru and hike Machu Picchu.