Hannah Friedman

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Hannah Friedman is a civil litigator with experience at all levels of federal court, as well as in several state courts and administrative forums. She also handles white collar defense matters. Hannah’s diverse practice has prepared her with an adaptive, thorough litigation style and an eye for creative, client-centered solutions.

Prior to joining Larson LLP, Hannah specialized in constitutional litigation at Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, where she assisted in high-stakes, highly publicized lawsuits before U.S. Courts of Appeal and the U.S. Supreme Court. She also served as a law clerk in the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Administrative Law Judges, focusing on complex, technical regulatory questions. During law school, Hannah completed internships at the American Civil Liberties Union and the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. Before pursuing her legal career, she worked in public affairs for a New York City elected official.

Outside of law, Hannah enjoys live music, vintage clothes, reading about old English common law, and everything about dogs.

Higher education honors include:

  • Book Award: International Investment Law
  • Justice John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowship
Firm News

Larson LLP welcomes three new associates

Larson LLP is pleased to announce that Hannah Friedman, Jodie Koo, and Catherine Sima Owens have joined the firm as associates.

Los Angeles Business Journal

Larson LLP named a top firm to work for

For the second consecutive year, Larson LLP is named among the “Most Admired Law Firms: L.A.’s Top Firms to Work For,” recognizing our efforts to foster, attract, and retain diverse talent in 2021.

Daily Journal

Larson LLP named a “Top Boutique” for litigation

Larson LLP earned a spot on the coveted list of top boutiques in California for 2021, which features only 20 specialty firms.


    University of Michigan Law School, J.D., cum laude

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., with distinction


    Office of Administrative Law Judges
    U.S. Department of Labor