Hannah Wurgaft


Hannah is an associate at Brann & Isaacson. Her practice focuses on labor and employment law, municipal law, and litigation. Hannah provides advice to employers on day-to-day workplace issues and represents employers before the Maine Human Rights Commission, and in state and federal court. She also counsels school districts on student matters before the Dept. of Education and the Office of Civil Rights, and handles special education due process proceedings and complaint investigations. As a trained and certified Title IX investigator through ATIXA, Hannah is well equipped to supervise and perform Title IX investigations.

Hannah graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 2019. While in law school, Hannah was a summer associate at Brann & Isaacson, a legal intern for L.L. Bean, and a Student Attorney in the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic. Hannah graduated from Bowdoin College in 2014, where she was a co-captain of the softball team. In her spare time, Hannah enjoys exploring Maine’s woods and waters with her dog, Sprout.

University of Maine School of Law (J.D., cum laude, Edward S. Godfrey Leadership Award, Immigration Law Award, 2019)

Bowdoin College (B.A. in Africana Studies, minor in Government and Legal Studies, 2014)

U. S. District Court for the District of Maine
Maine Bar Association
Young Lawyers Division, American Bar Association
SuperLawyers Rising Star (2021 – 2023)
Title Insurance Agent with First American Title

Corporator, Boys & Girls Club (October 2021 – present)
Board Member, Central Maine Human Resources Association (January 2022 – present)
Board Member, Trinity Jubilee Center (February 2022 – present)
Co-Chair, Maine Law Symposium on Ensuring Equal Access to Justice in Maine’s Rural Communities (Colby College, 2019)

Legal Year in Review (LA Metro Chamber, January 2022)

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