Hannah is a member of the Energy and Utility Practice Group with a focus on administrative law in the area of public utility regulation. Hannah’s practice involves the representation of municipalities and utilities before the Public Utility Commission of Texas, Railroad Commission of Texas, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and the State Office of Administrative Hearings.

Prior to joining the firm, Hannah worked as an attorney in the Environmental Law Division of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Practice Areas
  • J.D., University of Texas School of Law (2013)
  • B.S., Environmental Science, UCLA (2010)

Professional Licenses
  • Admitted to State Bar of Texas (2013)
Representative Experience
  • Administrative representation before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the State Office of Administrative Hearings regarding a variety of permitting and rulemaking matters.
Publications & Presentations
  • Co-author, “Electric and Gas Utility Legislative Wrap-Up: Cities Win Some, Lose Some,” The Lone Star Current, July 2017
  • Co-author, “Legislators Head to Austin to Begin 85th Texas Legislature,” The Lone Star Current, January 2017
  • Author, “EFH Bankruptcy Plan Places Oncor in Real Estate Investment Trust,” The Lone Star Current, October 2015
 Professional Associations & Memberships
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Austin Bar Association
  • Austin Young Lawyers Association

Hannah is an Austin native and feels lucky to live in her favorite city close to her family and friends. She loves traveling, being outdoors, and volunteering in her community. Out of the office, she can often be found running the trail at Lady Bird Lake and relaxing on lakes Travis and Austin.