Hannah Davies truly loves to help people, and she is dedicated to do whatever is necessary to see that her clients have the very best service and results possible in their cases. Hannah has always had a strong desire to stand boldly for justice and to be a servant to those who are struggling and desperately need someone who really cares about them. Hannah was born in Northern Ireland but came to the United States as a child and was raised here in western North Carolina. She became a United States’ citizen in 2008. Hannah obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Gardner-Webb University in 2008 and volunteered tutoring students in areas of chemistry, physics, and math. After working as a paralegal at Tomblin, Farmer & Morris, PLLC, for several years, Hannah attended Elon University School of Law from 2011 – 2014. She obtained her Juris Doctor in 2014, ranking as the top student in her class, and was admitted to practice law in the state of North Carolina that same year. In February 2016, Hannah passed the South Carolina bar exam to be additionally licensed to practice law in South Carolina.
Hannah worked as a full-time intern to The Honorable Martin Reidinger, United States District Court Judge for the Western District of North Carolina, from January – April 2014, and then as his Administrative Law Clerk from August 2014 – May 2015. In this capacity, Hannah engaged in an array of cases involving civil procedure, evidence, negligence and product liability, criminal law, federal criminal sentencing, contracts, social security disability, foreclosure, banking, business and tax law, civil rights, professional responsibility, patent law, sovereign and qualified immunity, and immigration, among others. She researched extensively and prepared over fifty court orders for various cases while she clerked for Judge Reidinger. Hannah is very thankful for the valuable training that she received while serving as a federal law clerk which has enabled her to excellently serve clients in her legal practice.
Hannah is now an associate at Farmer and Morris Law, PLLC where she focuses her practice on personal injury, social security disability, estate planning, and civil litigation. Hannah has handled numerous car wreck cases and other types of injury cases, and she has been recognized by the National Association of Personal Injury Attorneys as one of the top ten attorneys in North Carolina handling personal injury cases. She loves every day at work, where she enjoys fighting for her clients and working closely alongside the other members of the firm to achieve the best results possible and really take care of people. She has a heart of compassion, and every person she encounters is special to her. Hannah has always been very active in outreach and missions work, and she looks forward to serving and helping people of all walks of life through the legal profession. Hannah and her husband Christopher live in Rutherford County, along with their son Clayton Samuel Davies.
- Elon University School of Law
- J.D., Summa cum Laude – 2014
- Class Rank – 1 of 105
- Gail Lane Scholar (2012-2014)
- Presidential Scholar (2011-2012)
- Outstanding Performance Awards – Legal Writing I, Contracts I, Contracts II, Property I, Torts II, Constitutional Law II, Business Associations
- Gardner-Webb University
- B.S. in Chemistry, Summa cum Laude – 2008
- Senior Scholastic Achievement Award – 4.0 GPA
- Merit Scholarship (2006-2008)
- North Carolina State Bar – 2014
- South Carolina State Bar – 2016
- United States District Court – Western District of North Carolina – 2014
Memberships and Affiliations:
- Member – Rutherford County Bar Association
- Member – 29-A Judicial District Bar Association
- Member – North Carolina Bar Association
- Member – North Carolina Advocates for Justice
- Research Assistant at Local Holocaust Museum
- Volunteer Tutor for High School and College Students in Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics