Hannah Roblyer
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Hannah L. Roblyer


At her core, Hannah Roblyer is an advocate; her clients' causes are her causes. As a former law clerk, she knows the importance of crystallizing arguments persuasively in both written and oral advocacy, regardless of subject matter. She believes in aggressive preparation, integrity, and clarity in the courtroom.

Prior to joining Beck Redden, Hannah clerked for the Honorable Ronald B. King, Chief U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Western District of Texas. She dealt with cases of all sizes with equal care and attention, whether they were small consumer matters or complex chapter 11 proceedings. During law school, Hannah was a locally, regionally, and nationally decorated moot court competitor. She utilized her forensic science background by providing pro bono criminal defense services through juvenile justice projects and in a capital murder case. 

Since joining the firm, Hannah has handled matters in a wide variety of practices—including product liability, energy, bankruptcy, and construction—from inception to trial and appeal. Hannah currently mentors and trains student advocates by serving as a coach for The University of Texas School of Law’s national bankruptcy moot court teams, who regularly achieve national recognition.

Professional Activities and 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

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)

Publications 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)


J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 2017

- The Order of Barristers

- Justice Mack Kidd Appellate Advocate Award, 2017

- Best Speaker: Duberstein National Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, 2016

- Champion: State Bar Bankruptcy Law Section Elliott Cup, 2016

- Finalist: Emory University School of Law Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition, 2015

- Champion: The University of Texas School of Law Hutcheson Moot Court Competition, 2015

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


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