Oliver qualified as a Manx advocate in May 2006 having previously worked in the UK as an English solicitor1 specialising in claimant personal injury.
Oliver undertook his articles, qualified, and practiced as an Advocate at Dickinson Cruickshank where he worked closely with Rob Long in the firm’s Dispute Resolution Department, specialising in all aspects of commercial and chancery litigation, commercial disputes and plaintiff and defendant personal injury.
Between March 2007 and March 2012, Oliver worked as a civil advocate within H.M. Attorney General’s Chambers where he gathered a wealth of valuable experience advising and working with Isle of Man Government Departments, Statutory Boards and Offices and representing public authorities in legal proceedings including doleance (judicial review), in the High Court, the Appeal Division, and before a variety of other tribunals including employment, planning, health and safety and immigration tribunals.
Oliver has also advised in relation to the exercise of statutory powers generally, landlord and tenant, land drainage, sewerage, planning, compulsory purchase, public procurement, immigration and asylum, employment, work permits and pensions, access to information / data protection, and human rights.
Oliver continues to deliver talks on doleance, civil litigation and data protection.
1Oliver is currently an English Solicitor (non-practising)
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