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Mali Torres
Qualifications & Education
  • Law (LLM), University College London
  • Post Graduate Diploma in International Dispute Resolution, Queen Mary University of London
  • Graduate Diploma in Commercial Law, Sydney University
  • Law (LLB), Catholic University of Salvador
  • Brazilian Bar Association
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • Portugese

Mali has experience of handling complex and high-value international commercial arbitration, with particular expertise in the construction and energy sector. She also has experience in commercial litigation and international anti-corruption investigations.


Mali received an LLM from University College London, and a postgraduate diploma in International Dispute Resolution from Queen Mary University of London. She holds an LLB from the Catholic University of Salvador in Brazil, graduating with a distinctio, and has also completed a postgraduate diploma in Commercial Law at Sydney University.

Prior to joining Enyo Law in May 2020, Mali worked as an associate in the London office of a leading US law firm. Mali is admitted to practice in England & Wales and Brazil. She is fluent in both English and Portuguese, and has reading proficiency in Spanish.

Cases include
  • Representing an engineering and commissioning contractor in a AUSD2 billion ICC Singapore arbitration concerning the disputed termination of an EPC subcontract to build a captive combined-cycle power station on an LNG facility.
  • Advising a leading construction company in a USD42 million ICC arbitration against an Azerbaijani company in relation to demobilization costs from early termination of a construction management contract and unpaid design work completed on agreed variations.
  • Acting for a construction company in its ICC arbitration with a major oil company over delays and additional costs in a project for the construction of an FPSO platform.
  • Advising a multinational power systems manufacturer and its respective subsidiaries and affiliates on anti-bribery and corruption risks arising out of the use of third party intermediaries and sales partners (including, sales representatives, distributors, service dealers) in Brazil and the Middle East.
  • Advising the Center for Reproductive Rights as amicus curiae in criminal litigation before the El Salvador Court of Appeal.
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