Hannan A. Seirafi


Hannan Seirafi works to protect the rights of consumers, businesses, and individuals harmed by anticompetitive practices including monopolization, price-fixing, and restraints of trade in violation of federal and state laws.

Prior to joining Motley Rice, Hannan worked as an associate at a business law firm in New York. There she worked on matters ranging from commercial, international arbitration, antitrust, labor and employment, cryptocurrency, and intellectual property. Hannan also served as an Assistant District Attorney with the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. She worked specifically on gender-based violence crimes as a domestic violence prosecutor. 

While completing her legal studies, Hannan served as a research assistant with the American Bar Association’s Center for Innovation conducting state-by-state analysis of the statutory and constitutional limitations of both audio recordings and translations of Miranda Warnings. She served as a Research Editor for the Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law and as Diversity Chair for the American Constitution Society. She was a member of Women in Law and the Public Interest Law Foundation. 

Her summer work included an internship with Open Society’s Justice Initiative, where she researched federal corruption crimes and their application across multiple jurisdictions. Hannan also served as a law clerk with the Tulane University Legal Assistance Program, where she conducted legal research and fact investigations for civil pro bono cases for Tulane students, faculty, and staff. She was honored with a Pro Bono Krewe Award for her work. 


J.D., Tulane University Law School, 2019

B.A., University of California - Irvine, 2014

Licensed In

  • New York