Hannah Taylor

Hannah joined the firm in 2023. Prior to joining Hedges & Tumposky, Hannah clerked for the Honorable Elspeth B. Cypher of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, where she worked on a variety of criminal and civil matters. Hannah currently handles both criminal defense and child welfare and parental rights cases, with a focus on appellate work. She also assists clients in sealing their Massachusetts criminal records. Hannah is a member of the Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts.

Hannah graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in May 2021. Prior to law school, Hannah worked as the paralegal and office manager for Veterans Legal Services in Boston, MA. At Northeastern University School of Law, Hannah focused on public interest law, graduating with a concentration in poverty law and economic justice.

During law school, Hannah completed internships with Hedges & Tumposky LLP, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Community Legal Aid’s Housing Law Unit, and the Greater Boston Legal Services Welfare Law Unit. While interning with Hedges & Tumposky, Hannah worked on cases involving terrorism/national security, manslaughter, RICO, and civil rights. She also represented clients in front of the Department of Unemployment Assistance as part of Northeastern’s Poverty Law & Practice Clinic and successfully represented a client in a motion to expunge a restraining order as a Rule 3:03 certified student attorney. Hannah also co-chaired the Multicultural Law Student Association, served on the Elder Council of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association, and was an active member of Queer Caucus and the NUSL softball team. Finally, Hannah was Editor-in-Chief of the Northeastern University Law Review, where she founded and led the Law Review’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee.