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Luha, Riina

Riina Luha

Direct Tel: +44 20 7653 2037, Direct Fax: +44 20 7653 2100
Tel: +44 20 7653 2000 Fax: +44 20 7653 2100

Riina Luha is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s London office.  She joined the firm in 2019.  Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and international arbitration.  Prior to joining the firm, Riina completed her training contract in an international law firm in London, spending six months of it in Brussels working on regulatory disputes and competition law. Previously, Riina has also worked as a competition and banking lawyer in an Estonian law firm.

Riina has experience with arbitrations under the LCIA, ICC, ICSID and SCC rules and has worked on regulatory matters before the General Court and Court of Justice of the EU, as well as complex fraud, multi-jurisdictional patent litigation and insurance disputes in the Court of Appeal and the High Court. She has also, in the course of pro bono work, successfully appeared for a litigant in a County Court. Riina is admitted to the roll of solicitors in England and Wales.

In 2020, Riina was nominated by the Republic of Estonia as a candidate for the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement arbitration panel.

  • BPP University
    (LPC, 2017)
  • University of Oxford, Harris Manchester College
    (B.A., Law, hons, 2016)
    • Maitland Chambers Intercollegiate Mooting Competition:
      • 1st Prize as Finalist Advocate
  • Solicitor, England and Wales
  • Estonian
  • No Arms Race for National Champions – State Aid During COVID-19 Measures (Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan – Firm Memorandum April 2020, co-authored with Kate Vernon and Stephen Mavroghenis)
  • HSF Patent and Pharma update July 2018 (Lexology, co-authored with HSF IP team)
  • Global Competition Review: European Union: Merger Control (co-authored with HSF ‘s Brussels competition team)
  • Holiday Spirit from Estonia (IBA Antitrust newsletter December 2016, co-authored with M. Mäesalu)
  • Allen & Overy World Universities Project 2013-14 (member of the UK research group)