Quentin Tannock


Quentin Tannock has a broad commercial practice, with particular experience in Technology and Telecoms, Intellectual Property, Shipping and Commodities, Construction and Financial Services.

Quentin acts and advises on a broad spectrum of disputes across a range of industry sectors, for example, including insurance, financial services, commodities, consumer services, logistics, online gaming and electric vehicles. Quentin’s clients range in size from the Fortune 100 through to SMEs. Quentin has a particular interest in disputes which involve IP and the application of software across all industrial sectors. He gives a series of lectures on IP and business to science Masters students at the University of Cambridge.

Quentin’s background is in law and business, including commercial arbitration, venture capital investments and the provision of IP related strategy and policy advice to multinational corporations and international organisations.  Prior to being called to the Bar, Quentin was a visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge Lauterpacht Centre in the University’s Faculty of Law, with a research focus on international commercial arbitration. Early in his career, Quentin ran an Arbitration Centre in Africa and lectured Arbitration and Mediation to final year law students.

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+44 (0) 20 7842 5555

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Year Qualified



LLB (Hons)
LLM (Cantab)