Hannah Jamison has represented hundreds of clients across all parts of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Prior to joining Circeo Fannin, P.S.C., at its inception, Hannah worked for Wilkes & McHugh, P.A., and Landrum & Shouse, PLLC, both in Lexington, Kentucky. She has experience working on both the plaintiff side and the defense side and has experience working on many different types of cases, including nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, corporate negligence, wrongful death, products liability, slip and falls, trucking accidents, car accidents, oil and gas litigation, and class action lawsuits. She has obtained many successful settlements on behalf of her clients and has participated in a number of trials, including a nursing home negligence trial which resulted in a seven-figure verdict for the client.
Since 2018, Hannah has been selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, which recognizes attorneys who are younger than 40 years old who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Less than 2.5% of attorneys in the Commonwealth of Kentucky are selected for this honor each year. Hannah’s work regarding the federal quality assurance privilege in nursing home litigation has been published in the Kentucky Law Journal, and she has served as a guest lecturer at the University of Kentucky College of Law.
Hannah received her B.A. from the University of Virginia in 2011 and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Kentucky in 2015. During law school, she was president of the Moot Court Board and served as a staff editor of the Kentucky Law Journal. She also earned a number of prestigious honors and awards during law school, including the Kentucky Law Journal Colvin P. Rouse Award for Outstanding Writing, the CALI Award for the Highest Grade in Legal Research & Writing, Best Appellee’s Brief in Legal Research & Writing, a Three-Year Academic Merit Provost’s Fellowship, and the Luke Woodward Memorial Moot Court Award.
Hannah is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, the Fayette County Bar Association, and the Kentucky Justice Association. She volunteers with Kentucky Lawyers for the Arts, which supports the Kentucky arts community by providing referrals to attorneys who are willing to offer pro bono legal services to qualifying artists and arts organizations. She is also a member of Junior League of Lexington.