Irene Han is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s London office. She joined the firm in 2020. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and international arbitration. Irene has experience acting for major financial institutions and multinational corporations in a range of sectors, including financial services, construction and pharmaceuticals.
Prior to joining the firm, Irene worked at a magic circle law firm, spending three months on secondment at the Royal Courts of Justice. Irene graduated from the University of Melbourne with first class honours degrees in economics and law. She subsequently completed the BCL at the University of Oxford, where she was awarded the John Morris Prize in Conflict of Laws and the Law Faculty Prize in Medical Law and Ethics.
- The University of Oxford
(B.C.L., with distinction, 2016)
- Melbourne Law School
(J.D., First Class, 2016)
- The University of Melbourne
(B.A., Economics, First Class, 2012)
- Dean’s List
- Solicitor, England and Wales
- Solicitor, The Supreme Court of Victoria
- Rethinking the Use of Arbitration Clauses by Financial Institutions. Journal of International Arbitration 34, no.2 (2017)