Hanna Roos is “very well respected by colleagues and clients” who consider her “an up-and-coming leader in the field”.
Hanna Roos is of counsel in Quinn Emanuel’s London office, and a solicitor advocate in the Higher Courts of England and Wales. She has represented a broad range of clients in high-value international disputes, including in the pharma, life sciences, oil and gas, renewable, nuclear, commodities, mining, satellite, insurance, banking, telecoms, private equity and construction sectors.
She holds degrees from Oxford and Cambridge, and has lectured as external professor for an international master’s programme in clinical pharmacology, supported, inter alia, by Milan University and the Mario Negri Institute.
Hanna has published seminal research in cybersecurity and arbitration, and sits on the CPR arm of the ICCA-CPR-NY CityBar working group, whose draft Cybersecurity Protocol for International Arbitration won the 2018 GAR Best Development Award.
Ms Roos is recognised as one of the Future Leaders in Arbitration by Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration 2018, and has won awards in the Lawyer Monthly Women in Law Awards 2018 and in 2017 for Medicine and Ethics. She was shortlisted for the 2016 WeAreTheCity Rising Stars as one of 100 nominees in London, drawn from nearly 1,000 nominations from more than 260 companies in various industry sectors.
Prior to joining Quinn Emanuel, Ms Roos practised arbitration at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (London and Paris), and Latham & Watkins (London), where she headed award-winning initiatives of the pro bono committee and co-established and co-led the global Parent Lawyers Group.
Hanna is a frequent speaker at international conferences, including in Helsinki, where she comes from.