Hannah Kucine is an Associate at Slater Slater Schulman LLP and a powerful advocate for their clients. Dedicated to helping survivors of trauma navigate the civil legal system, Hannah is highly involved in representing survivors of sexual abuse and litigating Child Victims Act claims.
Hannah’s primary goal in every case is to establish trust and open communication with her clients; it’s not a responsibility she takes lightly. Most survivors that Hannah represents are disclosing reports of trauma and unspeakable acts of sexual abuse for the very first time. With the utmost discretion and compassion, Hannah creates a secure environment for her clients to tell their story and provides constant support throughout the legal process to ease their concerns.
Aside from her relentless support for survivors of sexual abuse, Hannah has experience representing clients who have suffered from occupational harassment, abuse, and discrimination. She has a background providing class action and litigation assistance at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Advocating for others in need has been a passion of Hannah’s for many years. Hannah first began advocating for survivors of trauma in law school by interning for a non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. that provides legal assistance to children and survivors of domestic violence. Additionally, she was volunteered for a local food bank where she helped individuals and families sign up for SNAP benefits and provided art therapy for female inmates through a volunteer program at a local county prison.
Outside of the firm, Hannah has volunteered on numerous occasions for the North Shore Animal League. She is currently in the process of starting to foster dogs through a rescue organization in New York City.
Hannah graduated cum laude from Lafayette College in 2016 with a double major in Government & Law and Philosophy and from the George Washington University Law School with Honors in 2019. While at law school she was chosen to receive the Laurence E. Seibel Award for Excellence in the Study of Labor and Employment Law and a Dean’s Recognition Certificate for Pro Bono Service. Additionally, Hannah was a Notes Editor for The George Washington International Law Review.
Hannah proudly joined Slater Slater Schulman LLP in 2019.