Hannah is the newest addition to the General Crime and Police Crime and Discipline team having completed her training contract focusingspecifically on police misconduct & regulatory matters as well as Road Traffic Act offences.
Burton Copeland first encountered Hannah in 2017 when she completed a brief spell of work experience whilst completing her law degree in 2017 and immediately recognised her talent. Her ability and astuteness in this area was such that she soon became a permanent fixture within the firm. Hannah completed her Legal Practice Course at BPP in June 2017 and started a training contract in April 2018 and successfully qualified as a Solicitor in November 2019 and is a qualified accredited police station advisor.
She has a great deal of experience in advising; suspects during interviews under caution with police and other law enforcement agencies, defendants appearing before the Magistrates’ and Crown Courts, Interested Parties at inquestsas well as officers facing misconduct proceedings. So far she has completed work for8 Regional Federations and is held in very high regard.
Hannah and Louise were always willing to go through everything with us and to listen to what we had to say and go through all the information we provided. We felt supported.
Mr L – Kent
“Hi Nick, This is just to say a massive massive thank you to you, Julian and Hannah for all you have done for me. Brain injury is a subject even the professionals are unsure about, so for you to believe in me and work so hard on my case and do all you have done for me, even I am lost for words. You may have only been ‘doing your jobs’ but for me it’s a life changer. A million thank you’s and then some. Also a special mention to Hannah who I have only just met, but she was fab on the day. Lovely woman. Right I’ll say goodbye. (I’ll miss this!) Massive fond regards Davena”