- University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, J.D.
- McGill University, B.A. (First Class Honours, with Distinction)
Hannah is an associate in Osler’s Health Industry group. She provides strategic legal advice and representation to hospitals, other health service providers and private companies in the health industry on all matters relating to the health care industry. Her broad practice encompasses advocacy, regulatory and corporate work, and includes legal advice regarding assisted reproductive technology, cannabis, health insurance, health privacy, medical marijuana, mental health, mobile health applications, physician matters, privileges, professional regulation, public health and regulated health professions. Hannah also has experience working on major public-private partnership (P3) and M&A transactions.
In addition to her health law practice at Osler, Hannah was elected as an Executive Member of the Ontario Bar Association’s Health Law Section for 2017-2018.
Hannah holds a J.D. from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law and a ﬁrst- class honours B.A. in Political Science from McGill University. During her undergraduate degree, she completed a research internship on assisted reproductive technology with the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF). Hannah has also worked at hospitals and research facilities in Toronto and in the U.K.
Hannah joined Osler as a summer student in 2013 and returned to complete her articles with the ﬁrm in 2014-2015.