Oliver joined Edmonds Marshall McMahon in November 2023.
Oliver was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand in 2020 and then completed a two-year judicial clerkship for the Chief District Court Judge in New Zealand. He then moved to New York and obtained a Master of Laws (Highest Honours) from Columbia University, finishing in the top 2% of his graduating class.
Oliver has a keen interest in both criminal and commercial disputes. In New Zealand, he has acted as junior counsel on cases spanning the full spectrum of criminal offending and at all levels of the New Zealand courts. Since arriving in London, Oliver has worked on a range of commercial matters, including representing a Respondent in the largest proceedings ever brought before the UK Takeover Panel.
Beyond his practice, Oliver also enjoys academic legal writing. He has published 16 academic articles on a variety of topics in domestic and international legal journals. In December 2023, Oliver was awarded the Cleary Memorial Prize, an annual award given to a New Zealand barrister or solicitor who shows the most future promise in the legal profession.