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Olivia Gare
Senior Associate
  • Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
Qualifications & Education
  • Latin American Studies (MPhil), University of Cambridge
  • History (BA), University of Cambridge
  • Law Society of England and Wales

Olivia has experience advising on complex and high profile commercial disputes and international arbitration proceedings. She has represented both state and commercial entities in multi-jurisdictional disputes across a wide range of industry sectors, including oil & gas, construction, financial services and renewable energy.

Olivia’s recent case work includes representing a major energy company in an ICC arbitration concerning an offshore gas pipeline project with claims in excess of EUR1.3 billion, and acting for a state entity defending claims arising out of the nationalisation of a major bank. 


Olivia read History at Cambridge University before finishing a Master’s degree in Latin American Studies. She completed her training contract at Allen & Overy (in London), during which she spent six months on secondment to the firm’s Dubai office. Upon qualification, Olivia worked for two years in Allen & Overy’s Dispute Resolution team in Amsterdam. She joined Enyo Law in March 2018. 

Jul 9, 2024
The importance of directors’ knowledge in establishing the largest ever wrongful trading award and the first ever award for “misfeasant trading”
The High Court recently issued its judgment against two former directors of BHS Group Limited, Mr Henningson and Mr Chandler...
Jul 4, 2024
Supreme Court rules that planning authorities cannot give permission for oil drilling projects without considering the environmental effects of the oil’s combustion
On 20 June 2024, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in R (on the application of Finch on behalf...
Jul 2, 2024
UK sanctions ground payment obligations under letters of credit in aircraft leasing case
In Celestial Aviation Services Limited v UniCredit Bank GmbH, London Branch [2024] EWCA Civ 628, the Court of Appeal held...
Jun 13, 2024
Fair winds favour plaintiffs in wasted expenditure cases
A recent judgment of the High Court of Australia has clarified aspects of contract law and the availability of damages...