Hannah M. Compton


A member of the firm’s Labor and Employment Service Line, Hannah represents employers and provides litigation defense for current and former employees. Hannah’s practice focuses on employment discrimination and wage cases, drafting employee handbooks and employment agreements, and conducting workplace trainings and workplace investigations for employers. Additionally, Hannah routinely works alongside her clients to counsel them on enforcement of non-competition and non-solicit agreements.

While in law school, Hannah was actively involved in Marquette University’s Sports Law Program as an editor for the Marquette Sports Law Review and participant in two national competitions: the Mardi Gras Moot Court Invitational in New Orleans, Louisiana and the National Sports Law Negotiation Competition in San Diego, California. Additionally, Hannah escaped the cold weather and interned for a summer at a Sarasota, Florida law firm. Upon graduation from law school, Hannah worked for a mid-size firm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, practicing commercial litigation and employment law. Ultimately, she wanted to transition to warmer weather to fulfill her lifelong dream of living in Florida and to be close to the aunt and uncle who inspired her career and exclusively practicing employment law.

Prior to law school, Hannah attended Purdue University, where she majored in Corporate Communications and honed her talents of connecting well with others and anticipating her client’s needs. 

Away from the office, Hannah loves to be outside, whether it is running along the bay or reading by the pool. She has a passion for sports and likes to play golf. When time allows, Hannah enjoys visiting her family in Indiana, where they attend country concerts together as part of their traditions.

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