Hannah Neumiller joined WLG in June 2023 as a Law Clerk working part-time as she attends law school. She is a third-year student at the University of New Hampshire School of Law in Concord, NH where she is an Associate Editor of the UNH Law Review. She is also on the board for Diversity Coalition and Lambda. Hannah has volunteered in restorative and juvenile justice programs since high school and participated in the Criminal Practice Clinic at UNH Law where she was able to represent her own clients.
Prior to law school, she earned her chemistry degree, worked in a solar energy research lab, for the National Weather Service, and even wrote a paper about salmon once. She is passionate about working with people in all aspects of life and hopes to make the world a little better one interaction at a time, whether that’s in criminal defense, employment work, protecting the Earth, or anything else!
Hannah is mostly from the Black Hills in South Dakota but lived in multiple states out west until she moved to New England for law school. She enjoys cooking, hiking, reading, and exploring new places when she can! Hannah uses she/her pronouns.