Annabel Elliott is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s London office. Her practice focuses on complex competition litigation.
In her competition litigation practice, Annabel advises on both cartel and abuse of dominance cases, and her experience includes acting on some of the largest competition-related disputes currently before the English Courts. She currently advises a group of primarily asset managers and pension funds in proceedings against a number of large investment banks arising from the manipulation of the foreign exchange market. Annabel also acts in proceedings concerning the manipulation of LIBOR against a number of large banks in London.
In addition, Annabel has experience representing both applicants and respondents in the English collective proceedings regime. She currently advises a proposed class representative seeking to bring opt-out collective proceedings on behalf of UK consumers against companies in the Meta Platforms group for abuse of their dominant position.
Prior to joining the firm, Annabel trained at an international law firm in London. While there, she worked mostly on litigation and arbitration matters, acting for clients in the energy, commodities and shipping sectors. She also acted on large, complex disputes relating to fraud and insolvency matters, which involved litigation in London and the British Virgin Islands.
Annabel graduated with a first class degree in Law and Political Science at Trinity College Dublin, which included an Erasmus year at Sciences Po, Paris (the Institut d’études politiques de Paris). Annabel subsequently completed a Master of Laws at the London School of Economics, which focused on competition law, international economic law and investment arbitration. Before completing her legal studies at BPP Law School, Annabel interned at the Appellate Body Secretariat of the World Trade Organisation in Geneva, Switzerland.
- BPP University
(LPC, Commercial Legal Practice, Distinction, 2019)
- The London School of Economics and Political Science
(LL.M., International business Law, Distinction, 2017)
- Trinity College Dublin
(LL.B., Law and Political Science, First Class Honours, 2016)
- Solicitor, The High Court of England and Wales