Hannah Follender is a U.S. patent attorney versed in addressing her clients’ intellectual property needs. One of her interests is in the intersection of the law and cannabis, particularly in protecting her clients’ intellectual property in the cannabis space. Hannah also enjoys working with startups in various stages of growth by helping them develop and execute IP strategies tailored to their success. Originally from the northeastern U.S., Hannah’s professional ski career brought her to the mountains of Utah where she chose to stay and make Salt Lake City her home. Hannah is a graduate of the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah where she was an Articles Editor on the Utah Law Review and was awarded the outstanding achievement award in patent law. During law school she sought out international apprenticeship opportunities which allowed her to intern at the Sherby & Co. law firm in Ramat Gan, Israel, where she gained experience in international corporate and securities law. Hannah has continued her work with international clients and makes frequent trips to work with clients in person. While her background is in biology, she represents clients in varied technologies, and represents clients on other aspects of IP such as trademark, copyright, and licensing.