Portrait of Eno Elezi

Eno Elezi

Year of Call 2019

Professional Practice

Eno joined chambers in October 2023 after completing his pupillage under the supervision of Simon Calhaem, Amber Sheridan and Indira Ramsahoye.

During his pupillage, he gained exposure to a wide range of family cases including complex financial remedy proceedings, Schedule 1 proceedings, Part III proceedings, private children law proceedings including abduction and relocation, Family Law Act proceedings and TOLATA claims.

Eno now accepts instructions in all areas of family law, with a focus on financial remedy and private children law cases.

Prior to joining chambers, Eno was a paralegal at Burgess Mee Family Law where he worked on private family law cases including SA v FA [2022] EWFC 115 (in which a stay of English divorce proceedings was successfully sought on forum non conveniens grounds in favour of proceedings in Abu Dhabi). Eno also spent a year as a research assistant to a commercial barrister, working on company law and insolvency cases across several jurisdictions.

  • Personal Information


    BSc Economics – London School of Economics

    GDL – City, University of London

    BPTC – City, University of London


    Diplock Scholarship – Middle Temple

    Winner of the Inner Temple Magna Carta Moot

    Winner of the Inner Temple Inter-Varsity Moot