Hannah Kutsch, Paralegal
Hannah Kutsch is an accomplished and multi-talented individual with an impressive educational background. She graduated from Madonna University with a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Sciences, specializing in Sign Language Interpreting. Alongside her major, she pursued minors in Criminal Justice and Deaf Community Studies, showcasing her dedication to gaining a well-rounded understanding of diverse fields.
In addition to her academic achievements, Ms. Kutsch boasts a wealth of professional experience, having worked for two years in administrative roles, honing her organizational and communication skills. Subsequently, she delved into the legal world, spending one and half years as a Legal Secretary/Paralegal, gaining invaluable insights into the intricacies of the legal system.
Ms. Kutsch’s excellence extends beyond the classroom and office as she excelled in college softball. Her participation in the College Softball World Series and securing a remarkable 5th place speaks volumes about her dedication and prowess on the field. Moreover, she received the distinguished honor of being recognized as an NAIA Scholar-Athlete for three consecutive years, highlighting her commitment to both academics and sports.
Currently, Ms. Kutsch thrives as a Litigation and Transactional Paralegal, entrusted with a wide range of legal responsibilities. Her tasks include completing vital legal work, such as drafting pleadings, handling court mailings and communications, and liaising with clients. Her attention to detail and precision are evident in tasks like mailings, calendaring, docket management, and file maintenance. Furthermore, she provides essential support in collections management and general office operations, further underscoring her versatility and reliability in the workplace.