Hannah Dixie is an Associate in Quinn Emanuel’s London office. She specialises in public international law and international commercial and investment treaty arbitration, having experience of disputes arising under ICC, ICSID, LCIA and UNCITRAL Rules. In addition, Hannah has experience in complex UK and EU competition litigation.
Hannah graduated with a First Class degree in Law from the University of Cambridge in 2012. In 2013, she obtained a Fulbright Scholarship to undertake an LL.M at Harvard Law School. While at Harvard, Hannah was awarded the Kaufman postgraduate fellowship to pursue international law work in a public interest setting, which she undertook with an international organisation based in Kampala, Uganda.
Prior to joining the firm in 2017, Hannah worked as a Research Assistant to Dr Michael Waibel, at the University of Cambridge, writing extensively on a wide range of public and private international law topics, with a particular focus on international investment law.
- Harvard Law School
- (LL.M., 2014)
- Fulbright Scholar
- University of Cambridge
- (B.A., 2012)
- Lucas-Smith Memorial Prize
- The State Bar of New York
- Admitted in New York only (practicing under the direct supervision of a member of The Bar of England and Wales)
- Chapter, ‘Mavrommatis Palestine Concessions (PCIJ, 1924-25)’, in Landmark Cases in Public International Law (forthcoming 2018) (M. Waibel)
- The Political Economy of the Investment Treaty Regime (2017) (J. Bonnitcha, L. N. Skovgaard Poulsen, M. Waibel)
- Article, ‘Monetary Policy: An Exclusive Competence Only in Name?’, University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper 11/2017 (2017) (M. Waibel)
- Article, ‘The Principle of Privity’, University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper 44/2016 (2016) (M. Waibel)
- Article, ‘Constitutional Protections Afforded to Individuals Subject to an Extradition Request’, Forthcoming in Max Planck Encyclopaedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (2016)
- Article, ‘Evidence of Green Leases in England and Wales’, International Journal of Law in the Built Environment (2014) (co-author, with S. Bright)