Hannah has a broad practice covering the full spectrum of commercial work undertaken in Chambers. Hannah is developing particular expertise in commercial litigation and banking and financial services.
Hannah is currently instructed in the parallel claims of Arcadia v MasterCard and Arcadia v Visa (listed amongst The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases of 2016) on behalf of a group of leading high-street retailers seeking competition damages worth in the hundreds of millions.
Hannah also appears unled in a wide range of matters in the High Court and County Court.
Hannah studied law at the University of Oxford (BA, BCL and MPhil) and at Harvard Law School (LLM), where she was a Kennedy Scholar.
Prior to joining 3VB, Hannah was a lecturer in Law at Pembroke College, Oxford and Wadham College, Oxford.
Hannah’s recent instructions include:
Acting for Standard & Poor’s in high-profile proceedings regarding CPDOs sold by ABN AMRO (led by Sonia Tolaney QC and James MacDonald)
Acting for a group of leading high-street retailers seeking competition damages against Visa and MasterCard (led by Paul Lowenstein QC, Fergus Randolph QC, Christopher Brown and Max Schaefer)
Acting for a leading investment and asset management group in proceedings arising from the acquisition of an investment firm (led by Sonia Tolaney QC and Paul Wee)
Acting for an applicant seeking to freeze a multi-million dollar fund (led by Andrew Fletcher QC and George MacPherson)
Kennedy Memorial Scholarship (for the LLM at Harvard Law School), Kennedy Memorial Trust
Barnett Bequest BCL Scholarship, University of Oxford
Final Honour Schools Prize (for First Class Honours), Merton College Oxford
Fowler Prize for International Trade Law, Merton College Oxford
F E Smith Memorial Prize for Mooting, Merton College Oxford
Princess Royal Scholarship, Inner Temple
Sir Joseph Priestly Scholarship, Inner Temple
Chancery Bar Association