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Hannah Roberts is an Associate at Keller Postman. She has broad experience in multidistrict litigation and is a passionate advocate for those who have suffered injury or loss as the result of negligence or wrongdoing.

At Keller Postman, Hannah’s practice focuses on litigating and resolving product-liability cases and other complex disputes on behalf of plaintiffs. She has worked on claims involving medical devices and pharmaceutical products. Among her notable matters, Hannah supports the firm’s work in the Zantac (Ranitidine) Product Liability MDL, representing individuals who have suffered injuries related to the use of the drug.

Before joining Keller Postman, Hannah was an attorney at Schiff Hardin LLP in Chicago, where she represented clients in complex state and federal litigation at the trial and appellate levels. As part of her practice, she worked closely with expert witnesses in investigating product-liability claims and preparing expert reports. Hannah received hands-on product examination training, working alongside data and electronics experts to dissect products and perform investigative testing.

Hannah was named a 2022 Illinois Super Lawyers Rising Star for demonstrating outstanding professional achievement and attaining a high degree of peer recognition.

After receiving her undergraduate degree and prior to law school, Hannah was a Teach for America corps member who taught eighth grade pre-algebra and first grade in San Antonio, Texas.

Hannah graduated from Emory University School of Law, where she was elected Order of the Coif and served on the moot court team. During law school, Hannah interned in the Consumer Protection Division of the Federal Trade Commission. She received her undergraduate degree from Elmhurst College, where she majored in philosophy and minored in economics.