Sharie L. Hahn - Jefferson City, MO
Sharie L. Hahn Overview
Ms. Hahn is an associate with Newman, Comley & Ruth and devotes her practice to medical malpractice defense, professional licensing defense, administrative law, and civil litigation.
Prior to joining Newman, Comley & Ruth, Ms. Hahn was an assistant attorney general in the governmental affairs division of the Missouri Attorney General’s Office representing several of the State’s administrative agencies. While at the Attorney General’s office her practice focused mainly on representing the Missouri State Board of Nursing, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, as well as other professional licensing boards. In 2008, she became in-house litigation counsel exclusively for the Missouri State Board of Nursing.
Having litigated over 100 professional licensing cases at the Administrative Hearing Commission and in the state circuit courts, Ms. Hahn has extensive experience and understanding of professional licensing and the issues that arise for healthcare professionals and healthcare facilities. She has also assisted in drafting legislation and regulations concerning professional licensing and enforcement.
Ms. Hahn graduated with honors from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri and graduated from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan with a focus in business law and transactions.
She was born and raised in Fredericktown, Missouri in southeast Missouri and is a resident of Jefferson City.
- Civil Litigation
- Medical Malpractice Defense
- Administrative Law
- Missouri, 2007
- Missouri Bar Association
- Cole County Bar Association
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan,
- Drury University, Springfield, Missouri,
Honors: cum laude
Major: Political Science and German
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