About Hannah Tye
Hannah is a Senior Pro Bono Lawyer in our global pro bono team.
She works with a wide range of pro bono clients, from unrepresented individuals to some of the world's largest international NGOs, to support their legal needs. Based in our London office, she has also spent time in our Hong Kong office and has over ten years’ experience in pro bono.
Hannah develops international and domestic pro bono projects with a particular emphasis on the UK and Asia. She is closely involved in developing the firm's work on various areas of the global pro bono practice including social impact bonds. She works on cases for individuals seeking to access legal aid through the UK government’s exceptional case funding system to unlock immigration advice for undocumented young people and also represents disabled individuals in appeal hearings to access their entitlement to welfare benefits. Hannah works closely with the in-house legal teams at our corporate clients to collaborate on pro bono projects and manages a number of the firm’s client collaborations. She has spoken widely on pro bono at international conferences.
Our pro bono work focuses on protecting the rights of our target groups including women, children, LGBT+ people, trafficking survivors and refugees. To find out more about our global pro bono practice, please visit our website here.
BPP Law School - Legal Practice Course
BPP Law School - Graduate Diploma in Law
St Hugh's College, University of Oxford - BA Geography