Hannah Konowitz is an associate in Kerstein, Coren & Lichtenstein’s litigation practice group. She focuses her practice on representing individuals, families, and health care professionals in education law, domestic relations, and professional licensure matters.
Prior to joining KCL, Hannah worked at a local firm in Boston practicing civil litigation and insurance defense with a focus on toxic tort litigation. She has experience in all phases of litigation from initial discovery to trial preparation and arguing motions in court. Hannah also gained experience as a judicial intern to the Honorable Joan P. Armstrong at Suffolk Probate and Family Court.
Hannah graduated from Suffolk University Law School where she served as a member and Production Editor to the Transnational Law Review. Additionally, she received the Honorable Mention Oral Advocate Award in Legal Practice Skills and was awarded the Trustee Academic Scholarship. Hannah earned a B.A. in both Leadership Studies and Psychology at the University of Richmond.
Awarded Pro Bono Honors from Suffolk University Law School for exceededing 50 hours of pro bono service before graduation.
Recent Blog Posts and News
- PFML PART 2-Caring for a Family Member with a Serious Health Condition
Most benefits offered under Massachusetts’ Paid Family Medical Leave (“PFML”) went into effect January 1, 2021. Beginning July 1, eligible employees may now apply for benefits (including up to 12 weeks of leave) to care for a family member with a serious healt …
- Hannah Konowitz Joins KCL as Associate
We are pleased to announce Hannah Konowitz has joined the firm as an associate. Hannah focuses her practice on representing individuals, families, and health care professionals in education law, domestic relations, professional licensure and litigation matters …
- Everything You Need to Know About Massachusetts’ New Paid Family Medical Leave Act
Beginning January 1, 2021, Massachusetts employees are eligible for a new state-offered benefit granting up to 26 weeks of job protected leave for medical and family reasons. Paid Family Medical Leave (PFML) is a benefit separate from the federal government’s …