Hannah Katherine Herrin was raised in Purvis, Mississippi. After graduating from Purvis High School in 2011, Hannah Katherine attended the University of Mississippi. She graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in English. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Mississippi School of Law in 2018.
During her time at Ole Miss, Hannah Katherine was awarded the Ole Miss Women’s Council Scholarship and the Academic Excellence Scholarship. She was a member of Phi Mu Fraternity, Sigma Alpha Lambda Honors Society, and Psi Chi Honors Society. During her senior year, she was given the honor to be selected for Who’s Who on Campus. While completing her undergraduate degree, Hannah Katherine interned with Sheldon and Parker Law Firm in Purvis, Mississippi, where she found her passion for the legal field. After graduating from Ole Miss, Hannah Katherine attended the University of Mississippi School of Law.
While attending Ole Miss Law, Hannah Katherine was Vice President of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, a member of the Sports Law Society, and a member of the Mississippi Working Interdisciplinary Network of Guardianship Stakeholders (WINGS) committee. She also interned with the Mississippi Circuit Court, 15th Judicial District Court Judge Prentiss Harrell and Chabert Law Firm in Purvis, Mississippi. In her third year, Hannah Katherine was selected as a 2018 Evelyn Gandy Lecture Series Student Scholar.
Hannah Katherine was admitted to the Mississippi State Bar Association in 2018. Prior to joining TWPD, she was a Law Clerk for Justice David Ishee of the Mississippi Supreme Court. During her time at the Supreme Court of Mississippi, she dealt with various areas of the law including criminal matters, bar discipline, and contract law. Hannah Katherine’s practice at TWPD primarily focuses on workers’ compensation. In her free time, she loves to collect antiques and spend time with her cat, Cercei.
University of Mississippi School of Law, Oxford, Mississippi
University of Mississippi