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  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.
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