• Employment Law: Employee Representation
  • Florida, 2020
  • The University of Florida, B.S. – 2017
  • The University of Florida, Levin College of Law, J.D. – 2020
  • Florida Bar, Member
  • American Bar Association, Member


Born and raised in Florida, Hannah DeBella has lived in the Tampa Bay Area for most of her life. Hannah earned, both, her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and her law degree from the University of Florida—making her a “double Gator.” While pursuing her undergraduate degree, Hannah served as the President for the University of Florida’s Pre-Legal Honor Society, a columnist for the Florida Political Review, and an intern at the State Attorney’s Office for Florida’s Eighth Judicial Circuit. In law school, she served as the Executive Outreach Director for the Journal of Law and Public Policy and as a Teaching Assistant for the law school’s Trial Practice Course. During law school, Hannah also worked as a Certified Legal Extern for the Office of the Florida Attorney General, a Judicial Intern for Florida’s Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, and clerked for a law firm in Gainesville, which represented Plaintiffs in general civil litigation matters.

After graduating law school, Hannah continued gaining civil litigation experience by working as an associate attorney for a law firm where she represented Plaintiffs in a variety of civil litigation matters, including construction law, real estate fraud, medical malpractice, and personal injury. Now focusing in the area of employment law, Hannah continues to be passionate about offering high quality legal representation for her clients and is committed to advocating for the rights of employees, to the fullest extent possible.

During her free time, Hannah enjoys being outside with her two boxers, Luna and Kiwi, enjoying the unmatched weather and nature that Tampa Bay has to offer.

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