Hannah Park Roche



Hannah’s practice focuses on litigation and Indigenous law. She has a BHSc from McMaster University and holds a JD from the University of British Columbia. Prior to joining MT+Co, Hannah worked as a judicial law clerk at the Court of Appeal for British Columbia, where she was acquainted with all aspects of appellate practice.


Hannah works with Indigenous clients on a number of different issues, including consultation and accommodation, UNDRIP implementation, environmental assessments, regulatory engagement, economic development, and litigation. She has assisted in judicial review proceedings of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project by Stó:lō Nation communities, interventions at all levels of court (including at the Supreme Court of Canada), and commercial and workplace arbitrations. Her work with Indigenous Nations focuses on government-to-government structures and negotiations, policy drafting and implementation, and legal order revitalization.


Hannah loves learning. She has travelled the world, observing, absorbing, and immersing herself in local cultures. She is fluent in Turkish and holds a Mental Health First Aid Certification from the Mental Health Commission of Canada as well as an Emergency Medical Responder Certification from the Canadian Red Cross.

When she’s not working, travelling, volunteering, or playing competitive team sports, Hannah writes non-fiction.



  • Called to the Bar in BC, 2022
  • Juris Doctor (JD), Specialization in Aboriginal law, University of British Columbia, 2020
  • University of British Columbia, Indigenous Cultural Competency Certificate, 2019
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) (Honours) (Graduated summa cum laude), McMaster University, Interdisciplinary minor in Community Engagement, 2017


  • Wesbrook Scholar Designation, University of British Columbia, 2020
  • HSBC Emerging Leader Scholarship, 2020 
  • Panvini Scholarship in Law, 2019 
  • Doris Curtis Memorial Scholarship for Distinguished Female Legal Studies, Peter A. Allard School of Law, 2019 
  • Gervin Indigenous Community Legal Clinic Award for Distinguished Advocacy, Peter A. Allard School of Law, 2019 

Areas of Practice

Dispute ResolutionIndigenous LawLitigation