Hannah Durrett practices in various civil transactional and litigation matters. She now helps clients resolve a wide variety of other matters, including business contracts and disputes; real estate disputes; employment drafting, review, and litigation; legal research and drafting; civil discovery and disclosure; and other civil matters. She has appeared in court many times.
Hannah has lived in Arizona since eighth grade. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from the University of Arizona. She then attended Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.
During law school, Hannah interned at a disability insurance firm where she saw firsthand how often people in difficult circumstances were not given the relief they were entitled to, despite doing everything right. This created a passion within Hannah to become an advocate for individuals who need help fighting for themselves.
Hannah also interned for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, helping tribal community members with court laws and procedures.
Hannah’s intern experience at the Arizona Legal Center was eye opening, as she discovered that some attorneys created more conflict for their clients than was necessary or beneficial for those involved. This installed in Hannah a resolve to always act ethically and practice law in a way that best represents and best suits her clients.
Hannah is passionate about serving her community and helping others in need. She is a Christian and regularly attends New Valley Church in Chandler. She has taught weekly Sunday school at her church since 2015, and volunteers as a youth leader with events such as youth activities, retreats, and lessons.
She enjoys baking macarons and making homemade pasta and sauces. She has written one novel and is working on another, and dreams of becoming a published author.