Hannah E. Weinstein graduated magna cum laude from Yale University in May, 2020. Hannah received a B.S. in psychology with a specialization in neuroscience. She is a member of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology. She is also the recipient of the Davenport Fellowship Community Service Award for her work providing meals and health services to underprivileged individuals within the New Haven community.
Hannah has worked as a research analyst in the Mechanisms of Disinhibition (MoD) Lab conducting research on the cognitive-affective factors that contribute to antisocial behavior in an effort to reduce criminal recidivism. Her senior thesis examined the neural nature of attentional deficits associated with psychopathy. At Yale, she served as a first-year counselor, lead coordinator of the University’s student-run soup kitchen, captain of the club tennis team, and academic tutor for youth in the New Haven public elementary school system.
In her free time, Hannah enjoys baking sweet treats, playing tennis, and watching sketch comedy. Hannah joined Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP in 2020.