Hannah Camilleri Hughes concentrates her practice on labor and employment law matters.
Prior to joining Littler, Hannah worked as a public defender in Hennepin County, Minnesota, where she represented clients at all stages of litigation. She represented clients at bail hearings, sentencings, and contested hearings, plus orally argued dispositive motions. Hannah successfully won contested hearings and dispositive motions.
While in law school, she competed in local and national moot court competitions, finishing as a finalist in both. Hannah wrote and orally argued a commutation petition before the Minnesota Board of Pardons (consisting of the Governor, Chief Justice, and Attorney General of Minnesota). The Board granted the commutation, and she was recognized by Minnesota Lawyer for her work on the case.