Hannah is a member of Preti Flaherty’s Energy and Telecommunications Practice Group, practicing from the firm’s Boston, Massachusetts, office. She advises a wide array of energy-related clients, including coalitions of large industrial electricity consumers, renewable energy developers, independent power producers, utilities, and telecommunication companies.
Hannah’s comprehensive practice involves representing clients in all aspects of utility regulatory matters in front of state commissions and the FERC. She provides in-depth and strategic counsel in transactional matters involving service and interconnection agreements with utilities, complex cost allocation agreements, and due diligence for energy and infrastructure development projects.
Hannah is a graduate of the University of Colorado Law School, where she was an editor for the Colorado Environmental Law Review. While in law school, she served as an intern to the Hon. Justice Allison Eid in the Colorado Supreme Court and as a law clerk at a public and private development law firm in Denver, and held internships at Trustees for Alaska in Anchorage and the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust. Prior to law school, Hannah was a development associate for the Pacific Forest Trust. She joins Preti Flaherty following several years as an associate in the Colorado office of one of the top law firms in the country.
Hannah lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
- Energy Bar Association Rocky Mountain Chapter, Member, 2020 - present
- Women’s Energy Network, Colorado Chapter, Member
- “Regional Cap-and-Trade Program to Bring Fracking States into 2015 Ozone Attainment,” 29 Colorado Natural Resources, Energy & Environmental Law Review 415 (Summer 2018)
- “History of the Referee, Division Engineer, State Engineer, and Water Court Consultation Process Under the Water Rights Determination and Administration Act of 1969,” 21 University of Denver Water Law Review 1, co-author (Fall 2017)