- Queen Mary College, University of London, Diploma in International Arbitration
- Oxford University, BA (Hons), MA
- City University, Common Professional Examination in Law
The Inns of Court School of Law, Bar Vocational Course
Henry Quinlan is a dispute resolution lawyer with particular experience in international arbitration.
Henry advises on a wide range of arbitrations under the auspices of the DIFC-LCIA, LCIA, ICC, AAA/ICDR, DIAC and other leading arbitral institutions, as well as ad hoc and UNCITRAL arbitrations. He has handled matters in a range of industry sectors including real estate, technology, private equity/funds, energy, construction, telecoms, media, insurance and banking. He is on the arbitrator database or panel of a number of international and regional arbitral institutions, including the ICC, LCIA, DIFC-LCIA, DIAC, CRCICA, ADCCAC and TRAC.
Henry accepts appointments as an arbitrator, and is presently sitting as arbitrator (sole and co-arbitrator) in a number of international arbitrations (including DIFC-LCIA and ICC). He has also handled a number of domestic and cross-border commercial disputes resolved by litigation, expert determination and mediation.
Henry has published articles on issues relating to international arbitration (including in Arbitration International, The Status and Operation of Unilateral or Optional Arbitration Clauses and Arbitration, Dispute Resolution Developments in Bahrain: Creation of a New Arbitral Institution and Introduction of a Form of Statutory Arbitration). He writes regular articles on arbitration in the UAE and DIFC for Practical Law Company.
Henry speaks regularly at conferences on arbitration issues.
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