Hannah Esquenazi advises and represents financial institutions in litigation matters, with a particular focus on advising clients on evolving legal and regulatory risk and navigating disputes related to complex commercial financial transactions and consumer financial products. She has experience representing and advising clients in structured finance transactions, and more specifically asset-backed securities, including securities backed by residential mortgage loans and private student loans.
Hannah's in-house experience includes a secondment at U.S. Bank in 2022, where she gained experience advising on regulatory matters across a variety of commercial products.
Hannah is committed to Jones Day's pro bono practice, representing women and minors seeking asylum. Hannah similarly partners with local organization, Discovering Justice, to teach middle school students mock trial and moot court techniques.
Hannah proudly serves on the Hispanic National Bar Association's (HNBA) Region I Board of Directors as a deputy regional president, and she serves as a commissioner on the HNBA Latina Commission. She is also proud to serve on the alumni board of the National Latina/o Law Student Association.
- Boston College (J.D. cum laude 2019; Executive Note Editor, Boston College Law Review); Florida State University (B.S. in Political Science and International Affairs, Fall 2015)
- Massachusetts and U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts
- Judicial Extern to Judge Juan R. Torruella, U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit (Spring 2019)