Attorney Hannah F. Supernor was born in San Diego, California and raised in Fairfax, Virginia. She attended Old Dominion University, and in December 2015 graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. During her time in college she focused her energy on learning about the law and the injustices in the criminal justice system. She also had the opportunity to work under Brian K. Payne, one of the leading academics in white collar crime, and publish an article about white collar crime in the medical field in the Journal of Financial Crime.
In 2016, Hannah moved to Atlanta, Georgia to attend law school at Emory University School of Law. While in law school, Hannah interned at the Fulton County Public Defender’s Office, where she was put in charge of investigation and research for cases. She also worked at Georgia’s Capital Defender Office, where she assisted on many Georgia death penalty cases ranging from the pre-trial stage to the appellate stage. Hannah also knew that she wanted to work on criminal justice reform from a policy side, and spent herlast summer in law school working at the Parliamentarian Office of the United States Senate. While there she was able to speak with many senators about the importance of criminal justice reform in the United States. The combination of these experiences solidified Hannah’s desire to be a criminal defense attorney.
Hannah has always been and is still passionate about criminal defense and making sure the constitution is upheld. As an associate with Patrick N.Anderson & Associates, P.C., she strives every day to ensure that her client’s rights are protected under the law and that the individual needs of all her clients are met.