Texas-born and Oklahoma-raised, Hannah Fields is a family law attorney servicing the Oklahoma City and Metro Area. She strives to provide her clients with the best care and consideration for their cases.
Hannah attended East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma for her undergraduate program and received her bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies in 2017. While at ECU, Hannah served as Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority Recruitment Chair, Legal Associations Secretary, Pi Sigma Alpha Activities Chairman, and was a member of the Alpha Chi Honor Society.
During undergrad, Hannah had the opportunity to intern with the Pontotoc County Courthouse shadowing District Judge Kessinger and Special Judge Pollard. Through this experience, Fields gained knowledge and love for the law that led her to the decision to apply to law school. At this time, Hannah had already applied for and been accepted into an internship program to complete her final semester. She finished up the admission process for law school and moved to Washington, D.C. to intern on Capitol hill. Through this experience, she gained crucial real-world experience by listening to and addressing issues of individuals head-on. While in D.C., Hannah also received the news she was accepted into law school at Oklahoma City School of Law.
Hannah then returned home to attend Oklahoma City School of Law in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for law school. During law school Fields served as the Corporate Law Association Outreach Chair, OAWL Community Outreach Chair, member of the Native American Law Student Association, and a member of the Holloway Inn of Court.
While in law school, Hannah had several amazing opportunities to gain legal experience through internships and externships. Fields worked for the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group, and returned to D.C. for a summer internship.
Hannah joined the Jarman Law team in September of 2020 and would love to help you in your family law case!