Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom

Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom.

Fenners Chambers | 3 Madingley Road | Cambridge | Cambridgeshire CB3 0EE | United Kingdom.

Oliver Fuller
Called to the Bar in 2018

Oliver joined Chambers in January 2021 following the successful completion of his pupillage.

Before joining Chambers, Oliver worked as a County Court Advocate across the South-Eastern Circuit attending Court on a daily basis on various Civil hearings and applications. Oliver also held a voluntary role as part of the Tackling Discrimination in the East Project as a Volunteer Discrimination Adviser.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

  • Personal injury
  • Crime
  • Employment

Oliver welcomes instructions across the range of Chambers’ main practice areas, including Family law and regularly attends Court on matters of both Criminal and Civil law. Oliver also has a developing practice in providing written advice, advising on issues of Personal Injury, Trusts and Equity, Property and Employment.

Presently, Oliver only accepts instructions from solicitors and professionals.

WHAT OTHERS SAY:

I thought he was very impressive and had a sense of calmness, confidence and logic that is often lacking at the Magistrates. I would instruct him in the future.

Oliver’s criminal practice encompasses work across both the Magistrates’ Court and Crown Court, acting on behalf of both the Prosecution and the Defence.

HIS WORK

  • Grade 1 Crown Court Prosecutor
  • Magistrates’ Court trials
  • First appearances and sentencing hearings
  • Probation Breaches
  • Appeals to the Crown Court against both conviction and sentence.

Oliver’s practice encompasses a broad range of personal injury litigation. Oliver has represented clients in a number of personal injury hearings.

HIS WORK

  • Small claim hearings
  • Stage 3 hearings
  • Infant settlement hearings

In addition, Oliver can provide written advice on issues of personal injury as well as advice in conference. Oliver also accepts instructions on a conditional fee basis where appropriate.

Before joining Chambers, Oliver volunteered as part of the Tackling Discrimination in the East Project run by the Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality. As a Volunteer Discrimination Adviser, he conducted case work assisting those who had been discriminated against in their Employment or in Goods and Services under the Equality Act 2010.

Oliver accepts instructions to act for both Claimants and Respondents in Employment Tribunals and to provide written advice on Employment matters.

QUALIFICATIONS

LLB Hons: Durham University (2016)

BPTC: University of Law (2018)

LLM: University of Law (2018)

Member

Inner Temple