Hannah Santasawatkul

Senior Associate

Hannah Santasawatkul focuses on complex litigation and joined WilmerHale in 2021.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Santasawatkul clerked for the Honorable Alan D Albright and interned for the Honorable Jeffrey C. Manske of the US District Court for the Western District of Texas. Following her recent clerkship with Judge Albright, Hannah is well versed in all aspects of patent litigation, primarily in the high-tech space. During her clerkship, Ms. Santasawatkul had an active role in hundreds of cases in every phase of litigation from filing to trial.

While attending law school, Ms. Santasawatkul practiced before the US Patent and Trademark Office as a part of the Intellectual Property Clinic at Baylor Law School, co-founded the Intellectual Property Society, and served as president of the Texas A&M Aggie Student Bar Association and vice president of Diversity in Law. During law school, Ms. Santasawatkul also conducted extensive ongoing case research on Federal Courts.

Ms. Santasawatkul brings further experience in trademark and patent infringement through her work as a summer associate at two other law firms and as an intern with intellectual property counsel in the Office of the General Counsel for Baylor College of Medicine and the Office of the General Counsel for Baylor University.

Insights & News


  • Education

    • JD, Baylor University School of Law, 2020

      Dean’s List

      Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship, Technical Editor, Baylor Law Review, Winner of Baylor Law Review Write-On Competition

    • BS, Animal Science, Minor in Sociology, Texas A&M University, 2016

      Dean’s Honor Roll

  • Admissions

    • Colorado

    • Texas

  • Clerkships

    • Alan D. Albright, US District Court for the Western District of Texas, 2020 - 2021



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