Hannah S. Ross
Hannah Ross joined Princeton’s Office of the General Counsel in 2003. Over the years, Ms. Ross’ substantive advising has included areas as varied as employment, research compliance, University governance, purchasing, and real estate and construction. In recent years, her practice areas have focused on (1) privacy and information security; (2) copyright, and support for the University libraries; (3) campus development and construction; (4) disabilities and accommodations, and
(5) support for University Health Services. Ms. Ross supervises litigation arising in her substantive practice areas, including insurance issues. Ms. Ross also provides advice and counsel on a number of state and federal regulatory and compliance matters. At the University, Ms. Ross serves on the Threat Assessment group, as well as a number of standing University committees including the Committee on Classrooms & the Schedule, the Real Estate Committee, and the Technology Accessibility Committee. Ms. Ross is actively involved in the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) and has served for several years on the Committee on the Annual Conference; she is also involved with Higher Education Real Estate Lawyers (HEREL) and hosted the 8th HEREL conference in 2010. Prior to coming to Princeton, Ms. Ross was in private practice as a civil litigator and employment lawyer with Hill & Barlow, P.C. and Goulston & Storrs in Boston. After law school, she clerked for Justice Denise Johnson of the Vermont Supreme Court. Ms. Ross received her J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School and her B.A., summa cum laude, from Yale University.
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