Hannah has completed a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice and will be admitted as a lawyer in early 2022. In 2021 she completed a Bachelor of Laws/ Bachelor of Arts (Politics) with a high distinction in both degrees at La Trobe University. In 2019 she was awarded the Order of Australia Association Foundation Scholarship in recognition of her work with youth, and was mentored by former Prime Minister Julia Gillard. With her John Monash Scholarship, she plans to study a Master of Laws specialising in Law and Social Justice at University College London. She is passionate about improving the lives of disadvantaged young persons through law and understanding how law impacts youth in areas like education, employment, health, and through refugee, family and criminal law. Hannah has worked for the School Partnerships Program at La Trobe University, introducing disadvantaged young persons to tertiary education. She has volunteered for Legal Action for Afghanistan, Homework Club and has worked as a researcher at the Fair Work Commission. She currently works as a Youth Worker for Banyule Youth Services, and is the Senior Liaison Officer for the Youth Referral and Independent Person Program at the Centre for Multicultural Youth, which supports young persons in police custody.