Whether it’s listening attentively to the worried person in his office or the partnering well with another community leader on a project, Scott Hahn loves people.
Scott came to Koenig|Dunne with more than a decade of experience dedicated to listening to the needs of clients experiencing divorce. Heartfelt representation has always been at the center of his legal career.
Scott began his legal career working at Legal Aid of Nebraska in 2007. Representing clients in desperate situations left Scott convinced that making a difference mattered most. This led him to the Women’s Center for Advancement where for 7 years he led the legal program for survivors of domestic violence.
“When you advocate for a person experiencing a divorce, you know you are on the cutting edge of that person’s life,” he said. “You see their fears, their regrets, their hopes and their vulnerability.”
Scott was drawn to Koenig|Dunne by its team support approach where everyone shares our commitment to client care. “When people leave our office, they leave feeling heard and having more hope.”
Growing up the son of a schoolteacher, Scott has always enjoyed reading, speaking and writing. He is a summa cum laude graduate of Creighton University, and a graduate of the Creighton University School of Law. He is a certified collaborative divorce attorney, supporting those who seek to avoid litigation while proceeding with their divorce.
Scott’s skills in the courtroom impress. Recently, someone called the firm directly from the courthouse asking, “Can I get an appointment with Scott Hahn? I just finished watching him in this trial and I want him to be my lawyer.”
Scott is an active community leader. He is the President of a local Center Sphere chapter, 5-year member of the Robert M. Spire Inns of Court, member of the Academy of Greater Omaha Young Professionals, and also a member of the Nebraska Academy of Collaborative Professionals. As a member of the Nebraska State Bar Association, he continues to serve in leadership of the Bar’s Subcommittee on Limited Scope Representation, and is also a member of the Self-Represented Litigation Committee and Nebraska Lawyer’s Assistance Program (NLAP). Scott is an active member of the Omaha Bar Association as well, and a member of Class 42 of Leadership Omaha through the Greater Omaha Chamber.
When Scott is not in the office, he can be found enjoying a good book, great cinema, traveling, or gathering anywhere people can be found.
Leadership Omaha Class of 42
Appointed to the Omaha Human Rights and Relations Board