In 2012, Hannah Stocker graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s Degree in History. During her first foray into the professional world, Ms. Stocker worked at a bank. At the bank, she learned two things. The first: she loved helping people; the second: she did not want to work in a bank for the rest of her life. After a careful evaluation of her strengths and aspirations, Ms. Stocker decided to use her talents to become an attorney. In 2018, she graduated magna cum laude from Michigan State College of Law. During her time at Michigan State College of Law, Ms. Stocker not only achieved academic success, but also honed her dedication to helping people. In her second and third years, she was a member of the Michigan State Law Review and treasurer for the Jewish Law Student Association.

As a result of her hard work for the former association, her student note, He’s the Woman: Calling for Dissolution of Discriminatory Policies in High School Athletic Associations under the ADA, was published in the 2017.4 issue of the Michigan State Law Review. Additionally, she received the Michigan Supreme Court Historical Society’s Law Student Prize and Michigan State Law’s Jurisprudence Award for achieving the top grade in Professor Charles Ten Brink’s American Legal History Seminar.  

Prior to joining LaKritz Law, Ms. Stocker had a clerkship at a personal injury firm iin Okemos, where she assisted in the civil litigation against Larry Nassar. Furthermore, she helped handle first and third-party auto cases and premises cases. Through her work at LaKritz Law, she hopes to continue helping individuals who have been wronged by big corporations and those holding positions of power.


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