Hannah Marler received her Juris Doctor from Paul M. Herbert Law Center at Louisiana State University, where she was Vice President of the Trial Advocacy Board.
Hannah has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations from Tulane University. Prior to joining Riess LeMieux, Hannah was the managing attorney at a solo practice which focused primarily on family law appeals, small business advising, and intellectual property. During law school, she was the research assistant to Professor Jeffrey Brooks and was a law clerk at the Louisiana Supreme Court, Office of Justice John Weimer.
- Billie Cook v. Sharon Sullivan, 2020-C-01471 (La. 02/17/2021); Billie Cook v. Sharon Sullivan, 53,741 (La. App. 2nd Cir. 11/18/2020); Baron T. Drayton v. Segen Mesmer-Drayton, 54,034-CA.