Hannah is an associate solicitor at Russell-Cooke and her work involves the handling of serious crime cases including business, corporate white collar and extradition. She has held the criminal litigation accreditation for over 10 years and attends the police and magistrates court as duty solicitor on behalf of Russell-Cooke. Another aspect of her job is mentoring and supervising trainee solicitors and junior members of staff.

She has substantial experience in all manner of criminal proceedings. Her previous work involved a numerous assortment of high profile cases, including terrorism, murder, manslaughter and kidnap right through to sexual offence, blackmail, arson and possession of firearms.

Hannah has developed a niche client base with non-UK nationals, work often referred through personal recommendation. She is described as "being discreet personable and professional and having excellent people management skills alongside the ability to handle communications, discussions and negotiations articulately and efficiently".

Hannah also represents clients faced with motoring offences including driving endorsements and notices of intended prosecution. These could range between and include minor road traffic matters, drink/drug driving, driving whilst disqualified and dangerous and or careless driving. She has also represented clients charged with causing death by dangerous driving.

Hannah is recognised in The Legal 500 (2020).