Nathan Masih-Hanneghan is an Associate in Quinn Emanuel’s London office, having joined the firm in 2021. Nathan’s practice focuses on international arbitration, complex commercial litigation, public international law and business and human rights litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Nathan trained in both the London and Singapore offices of a Magic Circle law firm and qualified as a Solicitor of England & Wales in March 2020. He has acted for major multinational corporations, leading banks and sovereign wealth funds in a broad range of high-value and multi-jurisdictional disputes and investigations. Nathan also has significant trial experience, including acting on one of the largest pieces of international fraud litigation ever brought before the Commercial Court.
Nathan holds an MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History from King’s College, University of Cambridge, and a BA (Hons) in Philosophy, Politics & Economics from the University of Lancaster, having graduated with the highest first class degree in his year.
- BPP University Law School
(Master of Laws., Commercial Legal Practice., with Distinction, 2018)
(Graduate Diploma in Law., with Distinction, 2018)
- King’s College, University of Cambridge
(Master of Philosophy., Political Thought & Intellectual History, 2015)
- University of Lancaster
(Bachelor of Arts., Philosophy, Politics and Economics, First Class Honours, 2014)
- Solicitor, England & Wales