Hannah joined Stobbs in 2014 and has recently qualified as a Trade Mark Attorney. She works with clients across a wide range of sectors, covering all types of trade mark, domain and design practice from filing applications to dealing with disputes, protection and enforcement work. As part of her training, Hannah also spent time in-house assisting the legal team at a multinational venture capital conglomerate. The experience means Hannah has a good understanding of how businesses operate and the wide variety of challenges and IP issues which can arise, as well as how to deal effectively with these issues.
Prior to joining Stobbs Hannah worked at the Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre where she worked on the “Law for the Arts” project at University. She advised a number of clients on a broad range of Trade Mark and Copyright issues pro bono.
Outside of the office Hannah enjoys skiing and travelling.
Her qualifications include:
Professional Certificate in Trade Mark Practice, Nottingham Trent University (Distinction)
Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law & Practice, Queen Mary University
Law (LLB), Queen Mary, University of London