Hannah R. Rogers



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  • Nevada


  • Duke University School of Law, J.D., 2023
  • Duke University, B.A. History, 2019


Hannah R. Rogers is an associate with the Firm and practices primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, corporate law, business law, and employment and labor law.

Hannah graduated from Duke Law School in 2023. There, she was Lead Editor of the Alaska Law Review. Her note, “Law Thrown Overboard: Direct Democracy and the Alaska Ocean Rangers,” was published in the Spring 2023 edition of the Alaska Law Review. Hannah was also a legal intern for the Clemency Project, where she filed a petition seeking clemency for an individual who had committed a crime as a juvenile. She was a summer law clerk for Legal Aid of Southern Nevada in its Consumer Rights practice group.

Hannah graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 2019, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in American History. Her thesis, “Response and Responsibility: Justice and Societal Reimagination in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire,” received high honors. She was also Vice President of Out of the Blue, Duke’s oldest all-female a cappella group. A fourth-generation Las Vegan, Hannah enjoys reading, road trips, and hosting gatherings with her family and friends.


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