Emily Husain has a broad commercial practice in complex and high-value commercial litigation, with a particular focus on banking litigation, civil fraud, financial services regulation and an emphasis on cross-border disputes. Emily has hands-on experience of arbitration, applications to obtain injunctive relief and appeals to the Privy Council.
Emily is a practising barrister and undertook pupillage at Fountain Court Chambers in 2014/2015.
Emily read Classics at Cambridge University, graduating with a First and then completing a Masters degree, also in Classics. After four years as an editor in the publishing industry, Emily obtained her GDL in 2013 and completed the BPTC in 2014. She was called to the Bar in 2014 and awarded a Lord Haldane Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn.
As a qualified barrister, Emily has full rights of audience in England and Wales as well as authorisation to conduct litigation and has appeared in court on behalf of Enyo Law. Emily joined Enyo in April 2016.
- Avonwick Holdings Limited v. Shlosberg  EWCA Civ 1138
- An international contract dispute in the mining industry involving parties in Ukraine and Luxembourg
- Domestic litigation concerning high-profile auditors’ professional negligence
- International and domestic energy disputes
- LCIA arbitration on a solar energy dispute
- A private banking matter involving fraudulent transactions
- Applications under s.236 of the Insolvency Act in support of UK and Cayman-based proceedings
- Commercial Bar Association
- International Bar Association