Hannah M. Nachef
Born and raised in the South Bay area of Los Angeles, Hannah Nachef graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California in 2015, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics, and Law and Middle East Studies. With aspirations of becoming a plaintiff-side trial lawyer, Hannah enrolled in the USC Gould School of Law. In addition to her regular course load, she was a member of the Hale Moot Court Honors Program.
While earning her law degree, Hannah completed a Master of Public Policy graduate program at USC and was managing editor of the USC Public Diplomacy Magazine. She has also served as a consulting team member for the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs and as the Strategic Director of the West Coast COVID-19 Help Guide.
Prior to joining Booth Law, Hannah handled probate cases for a small law firm.
Since joining Booth Law in 2020, Hannah has played a major role in a number of cases. She has lead the firm’s work on behalf of men who suffered sexual abuse while in the Boy Scouts.
In her free time, Hannah freelances as an artful, cheese and charcuterie caterer and jazz singer.