Philip is a Senior Associate in the firm’s London office. He specialises in international arbitration and public international law.
Philip has represented corporations, high-net-worth individuals, states and state-owned enterprises in dozens of arbitrations spanning a broad range of industries and governing laws. These cases have been conducted under the major arbitration rules (ICSID, ICC, LCIA, SCC, SCAI, UNCITRAL) in the world’s leading arbitration centres (London, Paris, Geneva, Zurich, Stockholm, The Hague, Washington, and Singapore).
Philip has particular expertise in handling foreign investment disputes arising under treaties and contracts, having acted in 15 pending and decided investor-state arbitrations under the World Bank (ICSID) and United Nations (UNCITRAL) rules. Philip also regularly advises businesses on the structuring of their investments worldwide, and has assisted governments in drafting their investment treaties.
Philip majored in international law at Oxford University, where he was the Myers Scholar at Christ Church. He is a member of the LexisNexis Dispute Resolution Expert Panel, and has published on the topic of international arbitration in leading peer-reviewed law journals. Before joining Quinn Emanuel, he practised as a dispute resolution lawyer at Australia’s top-ranked law firm.