Growing up, Hannah wanted to be Indiana Jones. Today she’s an action hero of another kind, meeting deadlines, performing legal research, and crafting innovative legal strategies for her clients. In addition to her focuses and legal specialties, she’s also known as a pioneer in the burgeoning field of Cannabis Law (Dispute Resolution + Litigation).

Hannah made the commitment to become an attorney while still in high school and has worked for attorneys or expert witnesses her entire life. Described by her clients and colleagues as persistent, hardworking, and kind, Hannah’s legal approach is all about spotting any potential harm to her clients coming around the bend, then course-correcting to ensure the smoothest landing and best possible result.

When she’s not working hard to make her clients lives better, Hannah is most likely at a pilates class, practicing her Spanish, reading a good book, or taking her dog to the park.

State Bar of California
Northern District of California

J.D., U.C. Hastings College of the Law, 2015
Intellectual Property Law Concentration

B.A., with honors, Film Studies, U.C. Davis, 2010
B.A., with honors, Religious Studies, U.C. Davis, 2010

Hannah Stitt represents individuals and companies in both civil litigation and corporate transactions.

As a litigator, Ms. Stitt is experienced in all aspects of pre-trial litigation.  Her business litigation practice includes, but is not limited to, resolution of disputes in the areas of unfair competition law, products liability, computer fraud and abuse law, commercial cannabis business law, trademark law, corporate officer and director liability, partnership law, and contract law.

Her litigation practice also includes all aspects of employment law, and real estate law.  As a Lead Attorney with the Prisoner Advocacy Network, Ms. Stitt has become an expert in the practice of civil administrative law within the California prison system.  This expertise directly informs her approach to litigating cases in the area of employment law which is governed by strict rules regarding the exhaustion of administrative remedies before a plaintiff may bring suit or a defendant may be found liable.

Ms. Stitt’s transactional practice includes early-stage business planning, corporate counseling, entity formation, and regulatory compliance.  She also provides general counsel services to business clients regarding employment law and human resources.


Recognition of Outstanding Undergraduate Accomplishment in Religious Studies
Religious Studies Department, U.C. Davis, 2011

Member of the Ethics Committee for the National Cannabis Bar Association

Member of the Drug Policy Committee for the National Lawyers Guild

Lead Attorney & Mentor for the Prisoner Advocacy Network

Member of the Cannabis Law Committee of the Bar Association of San Francisco

Member of the Federal Bar Association, Northern District of California Chapter

  1. What is your favorite vacation spot?
    Skiing in Tahoe or exploring a new city
  2. A few of your favorite things?
    Meditation, the beach, philosophizing and podcasts
  3. What is your favorite food?
    Momos (Nepalese dumplings)