Hannah Drosky Amanuel focuses her practice on representing plaintiffs in whistleblower, products liability, and personal injury cases. Hannah has handled cases all throughout the country in both state and federal court and is licensed to practice in Georgia, and Washington, D.C.
Before joining Cannella Snyder, Hannah spent four years working with a boutique law firm representing plaintiffs in complex litigation across the country. Hannah worked on a diverse profile of cases spanning multiple practice areas including consumer fraud, business tort, breach of fiduciary duty, class action, Fair Housing Act, and whistleblower cases. In this position, Hannah developed efficient strategies for managing large-scale, complicated cases and a passion for seeking justice for consumers, investors, and whistleblowers.
Hannah graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia where she earned her B.A. in Business Management and a Certificate in Legal Studies. Hannah earned her J.D. from the Georgia State University College of Law, graduating with honors. In law school, Hannah was a member of the Student Trial Lawyers Association and served as the President of the Criminal Law Society. Additionally, Hannah worked as a Graduate Research Assistant for two professors where she gained experience researching novel issues and drafting law review articles.
Hannah worked with Georgia State Law’s Capital Defender’s Clinic where she assisted the Office of the Georgia Capital Defender in representing defendants who faced the death penalty or were on direct appeal from death sentences. In this capacity, Hannah learned to focus on the stories of her clients’ lives as opposed to technical or arcane points or law in order to build factual and legal narratives to support the reversal of death sentences on appeal.
Hannah lives in Roswell with her husband Israel and their four pets, Oliver, Fitzgerald, Tuna, and Queso.