Hannah is a dual-qualified attorney (UK: solicitor-advocate and US: New York) and licensed mitigation specialist in Florida. She is the director of the Balanced Justice Project and works within the Florida Center for Capital Representation at FIU Law Clinic, Miami, USA. She previously practiced criminal and public law in the UK and spent time in Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Oregon working on capital cases. More recently, she spent time working in South-East Asia and the Middle East focusing on similar types of work. She has worked with the United Nations, European Union, foreign governments and local legal teams to provide effective assistance to those facing the death penalty around the world. Hannah is a former Amicus intern and committee member responsible for Amicus training. She has sat on the charity’s intern interview panel and assisted with its casework. She is now an Amicus Trustee. She has also helped to write a number of amicus curiae briefs to the US Supreme Court where international law has been relevant.
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