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Hannah Pike

Solicitor

Divorce and Family Law


Professional Background:

Hannah completed her training contract and qualified as a solicitor with Harrison Drury in September 2021.

Hannah can assist and advise on a variety of family matters, including divorce and separation, matrimonial finances and child arrangements. Hannah is passionate about working with clients to achieve the best possible outcome for them, whilst maintaining a pragmatic and compassionate approach to resolving matters.

Before joining Harrison Drury, Hannah gained a BSc Sport Development and Coaching degree at Sheffield Hallam University. Hannah furthered her studies in 2017 by achieving a Merit in her Master’s degree in International Sports Law in Practice, specialising in anti-doping law.

Having developed an overall interest in law, Hannah completed a Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of Sheffield in 2018. Hannah finished full-time studies in 2019 by obtaining a Distinction in the Legal Practice Course at Manchester University of Law.

Personal Interests:

Hannah is a keen charity fundraiser and is committed to raising money for various causes, having arranged events for Help for Heroes, Mental Health, as well as competing in Leeds Half Marathon for Sport in Mind and Manchester Half Marathon for Coffee4Craig.

Hannah is a dedicated hockey player and plays for her local club Carlisle. She also enjoys CrossFit, reading, live music, travelling, attending Everton FC games, spending time with friends and family and exploring the Lake District.

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