Hannah Chin is a member of the Government Law Group where she focuses on county and municipal governance and school law. Hannah developed a passion for government and school work during law school. She served as Legal Intern for the Wisconsin Special Education Mediation System where she assisted in mediations and IEP facilitations between schools and families of students with disabilities. She worked as Legal Intern for the Wisconsin Elections Commission where she analyzed election laws involving election issues including candidate nominations, absentee voting and poll site accessibility. She also served as Law Clerk for the City of Madison in the City Attorney’s office.
Hannah earned her Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution and served as Student Mediator for Marquette’s Small Claims Mediation Clinic. She served as Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant for Professor Andrea Schneider. Hannah co-authored two reports on women in the Milwaukee legal market.
Outside of the office, Hannah serves as the Assistant Varsity Dance Coach for New Berlin West High School and as a Dance Educator for The Academy of Performing Arts in Oak Creek.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Hannah L. Chin