Hannah Kalichman represents businesses and corporations in complex commercial litigation matters, defending them in tort and product liability disputes. She has worked on litigation matters involving issues related to discovery, breach of contract, and the Freedom of Information Act. Prior to joining the firm, Hannah served as a law clerk to the Honorable Richard A. Robinson, Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Hannah was an intern in the Child Protection Department at the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General, where she researched, briefed and argued matters involving statutory interpretation, evidentiary issues, questions of conflict laws and constitutional challenges. As a student mediator at the University of Connecticut School of Law Mediation Clinic, she also planned and conducted mediations in complex employment discrimination cases pending before the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO). She worked with both pro se parties and experienced employment counsel in an effort to resolve highly-contested, emotionally-charged employment discrimination disputes.
Hannah was a summer associate at Day Pitney.
High Honors, 2020;Connecticut Law Review, Assistant Managing Editor; Connecticut Moot Court Board
CALI Award for Evidence
CALI Award for Mediation Clinic
CALI Award for Family Law
CALI Award for Elder Law
CALI Award for Property
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