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Ellie Fox
Qualifications & Education
  • History (BA), University of Oxford
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • French
  • Spanish

Ellie has experience in high-value, complex litigations and arbitrations with cross-border elements.  She has particular experience in competition litigation, regulatory investigations, and conflicts of law matters.


Ellie read History at the University of Oxford before completing the GDL and LPC at BPP University, achieving a distinction in both qualifications.

Ellie trained at Slaughter and May before joining the litigation team at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP upon qualification in September 2020.  She joined Enyo Law in February 2022.

Cases include:
  • Advising a high net worth individual on a cross-border shareholder dispute resulting from US sanctions policy;
  • Advising senior management of a global infrastructure firm in connection with allegations of bribery within the business;
  • Acting for an oil and gas company in a multinational litigation following the collapse of a dam in Brazil;
  • Acting for a defendant for a follow-on damages claim, involving the largest cartel fine imposed by the European Commission to date.
Apr 25, 2024
UK Supreme Court confirms anti-suit relief in favour of foreign-seated arbitration proceedings
In the most significant decision in the arbitration world since Enka v Chubb, the Supreme Court has confirmed this week...
Apr 10, 2024
The big freeze: Unitel SA v Unitel International Holdings BV & Anor
Mr Justice Bright has provided a useful reminder as to the hurdles that need to be overcome to secure a...
Mar 6, 2024
English High Court hands down significant judgment regarding an online auction of a blockchain-based NFT
The High Court has handed down judgment in Amir Soleymani v Nifty Gateway LLC. The background In 2021, Mr Soleymani,...
Feb 6, 2024
Anna Brownrigg speaking at Thought Leaders 4 Disputes: Financial Institutions Litigation
Anna Brownrigg will be speaking alongside a panel on Analysing the Rise of ESG Risks in Financial Institutions Litigation at...