Turner Padget Associate Hannah Stetson Honored With Columbia Business Monthly Best And Brightest Award

Posted On September 9, 2021

Turner Padget is pleased to announce that Hannah Stetson, associate in the firm’s Columbia office, has been named as one of Columbia Business Monthly’s 2021 Best & Brightest 35 and Under – an elite group of young professionals who are making a difference in their workplace and community. Now in its sixth year, the annual Best & Brightest 35 and Under award celebrates the men and women who are rising stars in the Columbia business community. Stetson will be honored at an event on September 30 at Segra Park and is profiled in the September issue of Columbia Business Monthly. The full list of award recipients can be found here.

Stetson is a member of the firm’s Workplace Litigation Team. She dedicates her practice to counseling, training and defending businesses and employers, including startups and small to mid-size businesses. In addition to advising and defending employers throughout the Carolinas, Stetson has leveraged her employment law experience to champion Columbia’s small business community. She was part of a team of Turner Padget lawyers who developed the firm’s Palmetto Propeller initiative to provide pro bono assistance to startups and small businesses in the Southeast. Since its implementation, Stetson has counseled startup and small business owners on policies and best practices that help their companies grow and thrive in Columbia’s marketplace. Within the firm, she cultivates the development of young lawyers’ careers as co-chair of the firm’s Associate Committee.

Stetson earned her undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina and her law degree from Wake Forrest University School of Law.