Hannah is a senior associate in the firm's pensions team and advises clients in relation to both public and private sector pension arrangements.

Hannah trained with CMS in London and qualified as a solicitor in 2009, before joining Burges Salmon in 2010. 
In 2019 Hannah went to work as a Government Lawyer for the Welsh Government, advising on the McCloud case.  She worked closely with HM Treasury in relation to the Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Act 2022 and drafted the prospective remedy regulations for the firefighters’ schemes in Wales.

Hannah returned to Burges Salmon in 2022 where she advises a wide variety of clients on all aspects of pensions law.  She provides clear, straightforward advice to trustees and employers on day to day matters, including in relation to benefit changes, GMP equalisation and buy-ins/outs.

Hannah is a full member of the Association of Pension Lawyers.
  • Advising the Welsh Ministers on a broad range of public sector pensions issues, including in relation to the McCloud case and the Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Act 2022.
  • Experience of drafting secondary legislation relating to pensions, including drafting amending regulations to remedy discrimination in the Welsh firefighters’ schemes.
  • Advising in relation to the Local Government Pension Scheme, the Civil Service Pension Scheme and the NHS Pension Scheme.
  • Advising various trustee clients of occupational pension schemes in relation to all aspects, including mergers and buy-ins/outs.
  • Advising corporate clients in relation to liability management exercises and the requirements of automatic enrolment.