Michael Quayle

Michael Quayle is a member of Freshfields' commercial dispute resolution group, specialising in EU, public, competition and human rights law.  He is a leading member of Freshfields’ Global Business and Human Rights practice and the editor of the firm’s regular blog on the topic; he has also spoken widely on business and human rights issues, including at the United Nations and the University of Oxford.  Michael has an active pro bono practice, having acted on several public interest interventions in the Administrative Court and Court of Appeal, including the recent “Dubs Amendment” litigation (R (Help Refugees) v SSHD). He contributed a chapter on procedure to “To Assist the Court: Third Party Interventions in the Public Interest” (JUSTICE, 2016). He regularly appears as an advocate before the Asylum Support Appeals Tribunal.