Hannah Dantzler was born and raised in Winter Haven, Florida. In 2014, Hannah graduated from the University of Central Florida where she received her bachelor’s degree in Real Estate. During her time at UCF, Hannah was heavily involved in her sorority, Alpha Xi Delta, as well as numerous other organizations, such as the Panhellenic Council, Greek Council, and Student Government Association.
Hannah also spent the four years of her undergraduate career interning with a senior partner at Morgan & Morgan, PA. After completing her 1L year, Hannah returned to Morgan & Morgan, P.A. for the entirety of the summer.
Hannah’s decision to attend law school at the University of Florida was based on the school’s vast alumni network and pristine reputation. After being selected for membership by the Florida Trial Team, Hannah went on to compete in the Zimmerman, Kiser & Sutcliff Final Four showcase competition. Hannah also holds multiple teaching assistant positions, is a pupil member of the James T. Adkins, Jr. American Inn of Court and the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society, and a recipient of the Harry F. Goodmark scholarship.
Upon graduating from the University of Florida, Hannah plans to practice in the field of civil litigation, specifically personal injury litigation. Hannah spends her free time deep sea fishing and perfecting her fabulous chocolate chip cookie recipe.