Oliver joined MK Law in 2021 after working as a criminal solicitor in London for a significant period of time. Over that time, he has represented clients across the full spectrum of criminal offences from murder and large-scale drug conspiracies to serious sexual offences and white-collar crime.
A well-known presence in the Magistrates and Youth Court, he also undertakes Crown Court casework in addition to dealing with all manner of cases from their infancy at the police station stage of investigation.
He currently undertakes the most serious cases from our Bromley office including offences of murder, s18 GBH, firearms, drug importation, serious sexual offences, and terrorism.
Oliver also specialises in dealing with Football Banning orders for clients accused of offences related to disorder at football matches and is commended for his approachable client friendly nature and work ethic.
Since joining MK Law his reputation has continued to grow. In recognition of his dedication to his clients and being a valued member of the team who could be relied on when needed, he was appointed Director in 2023. His extra responsibilities include the overseeing of the Bromley office.
Some of Oliver’s notable cases
R v M – multi handed murder allegation at the Old Bailey involving youth defendants;
R v W – sophisticated high value burglaries across the home counties involving a large amount of technical and forensic evidence;
R v C – large scale violent disorder at a Premier League football match leading to multi handed trial before the Crown Court with extensive CCTV and cell site evidence;
R v C – representing a high net worth celebrity client before the Crown Court in her appeal against a conviction for an assault. This case attracted significant press coverage;
R v H – dealing with a police investigation into the theft of investment trading data, source code and an associated blackmail plot against a hedge fund;
R v M – large drug conspiracy involving county lines, human trafficking and undercover police evidence before the Crown Court;
R v T – allegations of human trafficking and drug cultivation before the Crown Court;