Hannah L. Roblyer



  • The University of Texas School of Law, J.D., 2017
    The Order of Barristers

  • Texas A&M University, B.S. in Forensic and Investigative Sciences, Minor in Mathematics, 2013
    Cum Laude

Hannah L. Roblyer


713.523.2358 – phone

713.522.4553 – fax

Hannah Roblyer is equal parts tactician, translator, and advocate. She is committed to preparing thoroughly, counseling well, simplifying complexities, and resolving her clients’ conflicts favorably. Hannah began her career clerking for the Honorable Ronald B. King, Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Western District of Texas. Her early private practice included extensive trial work in addition to a robust appellate docket.  Now a dedicated appellate practitioner, Hannah’s litigation experience lends her special insight into tangles that arise over the lifespan of a case, as well as how to most efficiently and persuasively unravel them.  She uses her analytical background, writing skills, and oral advocacy excellence to create top-notch briefs and deliver compelling arguments for her clients. Her experience covers a broad spectrum of matters, including complex commercial disputes, energy issues, copyright challenges, First Amendment cases, and products liability claims. Additionally, her pro bono work ranges from housing concerns to excessive force. Whatever the subject matter, she treasures each opportunity to meet her clients’ most pressing appellate needs with the highest integrity.

When she is not briefing or arguing, Hannah dearly loves helping students hone their talents. She serves as a coach for the University of Texas School of Law’s national bankruptcy moot court teams; mentors underrepresented students through the University of Houston Law Center’s Pre-Law Pipeline Program; and guest lectures at the undergraduate, graduate, and law school levels. Hannah also serves as ADJ’s Chief Diversity Officer.

+Court Admissions

State Bar of Texas

United States Court of Appeals for the Third, Fifth and Ninth Circuits

United States District Courts for the Eastern, Northern, Southern and Western Districts of Texas

+Professional Memberships

Defense Research Institute – The Voice of the Defense Bar: Drug and Medical Device Committee; Young Lawyers Committee

Houston Young Lawyers Association

Houston Bar Association: Appellate Section; Litigation Section

Texas Aggie Bar Association

The University of Texas School of Law Duberstein National Bankruptcy Moot Court Team, Coach (2017–present)

The University of Houston Law Center’s Pre-Law Pipeline Program, Attorney Mentor (2020–present)

State Bar of Texas Bankruptcy Law Section Young Lawyers Committee, Councilmember (2018–2019)

The Hon. Larry E. Kelly Bankruptcy American Inn of Court (2016–2018)

Pro Bono College Member – State Bar of Texas (2019)

+Published Works and Presentations

Co-author with Allison S. Miller, Avoiding Early Dismissal: A Brief Guide to Defending Against Rule 91a and Anti-SLAPP Motions to Dismiss, 12th Annual
Damages in Civil Litigation Course, State Bar of Texas (February 2020)

Author, A Little Knowledge Is a Dangerous Thing: The Texas Supreme Court’s Examination of Executory Contracts and Disclosure in Noble, State Bar of Texas
Bankruptcy Law Section Newsletter Vol. 16, No. 1 (January 2019)

Co-panelist and co-author, with the Honorable Ronald B. King, the Honorable Craig A. Gargotta, and Debbie Langehennig, Bankruptcy in the Fifth Circuit and Beyond: Case Update 2018, The Western District of Texas Bankruptcy Bench Bar Conference (April 2018)

+Honors and Distinctions

Texas Legal Awards 2022 – Best Mentor; one of twelve state-wide recipients; only associate to be selected

Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch for appellate practice (2024) and commercial litigation (2023-2024)