Hannah Flatau concentrates her practice on general litigation.
Prior to joining Foran Glennon, Hannah served as a Global Public Interest Law Fellow with Legal Aid South Africa where she assisted low-income individuals in navigating criminal and civil legal procedures, drafted legal memoranda and appellate briefs for capital cases and studied South African law.
Hannah worked as an organizer at the HPES Medical-Legal Clinic to coordinate student volunteers to advise individuals about public benefits and refer them to effective resources. She also served as an organizer at the WashULaw Annual Food Drive.
Hannah earned her B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy, cum laude with distinction, from Hendrix College in 2012 and her J.D., cum laude, from Washington University School of Law in 2021.
While in law school, Hannah served as the Executive Primary Editor & Director of Digital Content for the Jurisprudence Review and was a member of the Public Service Advisory Board’s Pro Bono Chair & Public Service Subcommittee for the Women’s Law Caucus. She received the merit-based Scholar in Law Award and was awarded Outstanding Brief in the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Competition.
Hannah’s admission to practice in Illinois is pending state bar exam results.